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Latest Netherlands News

Below is our complete Netherlands news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Netherlands Streaming "Thrombosis"

Noisey.Vice.com today has premiered Netherlands' brand new track, "Thrombosis." Listen in via the SoundCloud clip below.

Led by ultra-prolific man-machine Timo Ellis, Netherlands churn out new jams by the metric ton. Since the late 2013 release of last LP, "Silicon Vapor," the Brooklynites have tracked more than 20 new songs, of which "Thrombosis" is one.

While the band firm up plans for the release of a next EP, today the group offers up "Thrombosis" as a taste of what's to come: heavy metal bombast, prog chops, and soaring hooks, with everything set on maximum overdrive. More...

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Netherlands Releases New Music Video

Alarm Magazine today presents the premiere of Netherlands' new video for the title track off latest album, "Silicon Vapor."

Directed by Jordan Galland, the "Silicon Vapor" video is a tribute to Wes Anderson's film The Royal Tenenbaums, with Netherlands frontman Timo Ellis taking on Ben Stiller's role as he leads his hapless bandmates through the iconic fire drill scene. Check it out below. More...

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Netherlands Posts "Sixteen" Video

With Netherlands' new album, "Silicon Vapor," released last week, BurningAmbulance.com today presents the premiere of the Brooklyn trio's latest video for the song "Sixteen." Check it out in the player below. The full album is also available for streaming right here.

Burning Ambulance is the blog and quarterly magazine of Phil Freeman, whose writing has appeared in The Village Voice, The Wire, Alternative Press, Jazziz, and more. Freeman writes, "Silicon Vapor is a genuinely unique record; its songs blend face-punching stoner-metal riffs that'll entice fans of Kyuss or Sleep with ultra-theatrical vocals that are part Muse, part Cardiacs, and at time hit pitches high enough to recall Budgie's Burke Shelley."

Of the "Sixteen" video, directed by Allison Berkoy, Freeman writes, "'Sixteen' is one of this weird album's weirdest songs; the keyboards occasionally make a noise not unlike Morphine's punchy baritone sax riffs, and the wordless vocals in the beginning are truly eerie, particularly when combined with the odd, water-fixated imagery of the video."

Netherlands is fronted by Timo Ellis, a composer and multi-instrumentalist whose 20-year career has seen him collaborate with Yoko Ono, Melvins, John Zorn, and many other greats. Netherlands' second album, "Silicon Vapor" was recorded by John Davis (Moby, The Roots), mixed by Bryce Goggin (Swans, Pavement), and mastered by Ron Shaffer (Tricky). More...

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Netherlands Releases New Album

Brooklyn trio Netherlands unleashes its new album, "Silicon Vapor," upon the world today. You can pick up your copy at Bandcamp here or stream the release below. The track listing is as follows:

1. Deathling 04:41
2. Tabitha 02:33
3. Undead Horses 03:11
4. Robot Fail 05:14
5. Sixteen 05:00
6. Palestine 03:27
7. Black Fractal 02:38
8. Acid Monkeys 02:22
9. About A Whale 02:26
10. Nairobi Finger 05:44
11. Acetaminophen 01:56
12. Teenage Blood Runt 02:57
13. Silicon Vapor 02:54
14. Vapors 01:37 More...

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Netherlands Streaming "Undead Horses"

With an album out next week, Brooklyn trio Netherlands reveals new song "Undead Horses" today, now streaming in the player below courtesy of New Noise Magazine.

The album, "Silicon Vapor," is the band's second full-length and hits stores October 29th as a double-LP, CD, and digital download.

Netherlands is fronted by Timo Ellis, a multi-instrumentalist and composer who has collaborated with Yoko Ono, Melvins, John Zorn, and many more over the past two decades. "Silicon Vapor" was recorded by John Davis (Moby, The Roots), mixed by Bryce Goggin (Swans, Pavement), and mastered by Ron Shaffer (Tricky). More...

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Netherlands Posts New Track

MetalSucks presents the premiere of new Netherlands song, "Robot Fail," which comes off the Brooklyn band's upcoming second album, "Silicon Vapor." Check out the track below.

"Silicon Vapor" was recorded by John Davis (Moby, The Roots), mixed by Bryce Goggin (Swans, Pavement), and mastered by Ron Shaffer (Tricky). The band self-releases the album October 29th in three formats: digital, CD, and a limited pressing of double LPs.

The previously posted music video for "Tabitha" can also be found at this location. More...

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Netherlands Performance Footage Available

In addition to releasing a new music video for "Tabitha," Netherlands was recently in the studio with Break Thru Radio for a session of "Serious Business."

The band played the "Deathling" track and also conducted a video interview. Check out footage of the session below. The new Netherlands album "Silicon Vapor" is due out October 29th, 2013.

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Netherlands Releases "Tabitha" Video

BrooklynVegan has presented the official video for Netherlands' song, "Tabitha," which can be viewed below.

The track comes off the band's upcoming new album, "Silicon Vapor," due out October 29th. A Brooklyn trio, Netherlands is led by prolific multi-instrumentalist Timo Ellis, known for his collaborations over the past two decades with Yoko Ono, Melvins, John Zorn, and many more.

BrooklynVegan states: "As you might expect from Ellis' resume, Netherlands is a pretty strange band. They play gritty, high-energy punk/metal, anchored by a huge distorted synth bass tone; the effect is something like Future of the Left banging out one of Torche's more rambunctious tunes." More...

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