Kill The Capulets “The Stranger” LP (Three One G #72)Available from www.threeoneg.com 

Kill The Capulets “The Stranger” LP (Three One G #72)

Available from www.threeoneg.com
 

Three One G is very excited to announce the release of a 7” split with the ever-innovative Qui and Secret Fun Club. Although there are certainly some auditory differences between the two, it is no mystery as to why these bands would share a musical space. The two duos excel at creating experimental material as hard-hitting as not only any four or five piece band, but as an entire cacophonous army.

Coming off their third full-length after five years with “Life, Water, Living…” in February of 2014, Paul Christensen and Matt Cronk have returned to their original lineup as a pair for the Side A single entitled “Feel My Body”, a track thick with heavy, catchy bass lines and harmonious vocals coupled with manic screams. Qui continuously manages to create a dichotomy of composure and craziness in their music that grabs the listener, immediately makes itself at home in your head, and remains there for the foreseeable future.

Secret Fun Club, featuring Sal Gallegos and John Rieder, contribute the B side track, “Pinche Harmonics” which immediately starts off brutally heavy, and fluctuates throughout from there onwards, changing tempos from slow and sludgy to recklessly fast, with wild and uninhibited solos interspersed throughout. The music almost comes across like a sinister stream of consciousness experiment, all the while flowing flawlessly. This is the band’s newest material since the release of Three One G’s Skull With Antlers LP (2012), another similarly aggressive, heavy, and all-around unique effort.

QUI “Feel My Body” from the split single with Secret Fun Club.

Three One G is very excited to announce the release of a 7” split with the ever-innovative Qui and Secret Fun Club. Although there are certainly some auditory differences between the two, it is no mystery as to why these bands would share a musical space. The two duos excel at creating experimental material as hard-hitting as not only any four or five piece band, but as an entire cacophonous army.

Coming off their third full-length after five years with “Life, Water, Living…” in February of 2014, Paul Christensen and Matt Cronk have returned to their original lineup as a pair for the Side A single entitled “Feel My Body”, a track thick with heavy, catchy bass lines and harmonious vocals coupled with manic screams. Qui continuously manages to create a dichotomy of composure and craziness in their music that grabs the listener, immediately makes itself at home in your head, and remains there for the foreseeable future.

Secret Fun Club, featuring Sal Gallegos and John Rieder, contribute the B side track, “Pinche Harmonics” which immediately starts off brutally heavy, and fluctuates throughout from there onwards, changing tempos from slow and sludgy to recklessly fast, with wild and uninhibited solos interspersed throughout. The music almost comes across like a sinister stream of consciousness experiment, all the while flowing flawlessly. This is the band’s newest material since the release of Three One G’s Skull With Antlers LP (2012), another similarly aggressive, heavy, and all-around unique effort.

Struggle was an Political Hardcore band from San Diego formed in 1990. As an angry & youthful band, their aggressive sound was heavily influenced by the likes of Downcast and Rorschach. The Anthology CD, “One Settler, One Bullet” includes the S/T 7″, the S/T 12″, the split EP with undertow. They broke up in 1993 and members went on to be in The Locust, Tarantula Hawk, Creepy Creeps, Swing Kids, Bread and Circuts, Yaphet Kotto, Baader Brains, All Leather, Crimson Curse, Holy Molar, Head Wound City, Retox, Unbroken, & Black heart Procession.

“PAIN”
Sludge of yesterdays sorrow drips from the pale sky bleeding. With a knife I will carve out my skull for a world that has forgotten how to love. Silver moons float above insignificant to the world below. My brain has split into two condemned to this hell of money and death. A heaven of greed. Can you smell the flesh burning in the air, melting of their bones. Misery and despare.

From the album “Sensitizer”

ALL LEATHER “An Insufficient Apology” 7” single, limited to 500. Pick one up here: http://threeoneg.com/archive/vinyl/an-insufficient-apology

ALL LEATHER “An Insufficient Apology” 7” single, limited to 500. Pick one up here: http://threeoneg.com/archive/vinyl/an-insufficient-apology

RETOX: Seattle, WA April 2014

Kill The Capulets “The Stranger” limited to 250 copies and only available from the Three One G web store at www.threeoneg.com

Kill The Capulets “The Stranger” limited to 250 copies and only available from the Three One G web store at www.threeoneg.com