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Norwegian hardcore band Barren Womb just debuted a new video for the song “Only Rain Man Doesn’t Change,” from recently released album "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken." The record is available now on limited edition vinyl via Spartan Records and digitally at iTunes.
"Play fast or don’t!" says vocalist Tony Gonzahl. “'Only Rain Man doesn’t change' is the shortest, nastiest song off our latest album, so we compiled this grimey, fast paced clip for it. The footage is mostly shot on our first few tours playing squats and dives around Europe."
Norwegian hardcore newcomer Barren Womb has debuted a new video for the song “Live Fast, Die” from the recently released album, "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken."
Check it out below, and you can also still stream the band's full new album at this location. Barren Womb also comments on the video:
“We wrote 'Live Fast, Die' around the time when we had just finished up 'On the Origin of Fæces' and it has been pretty much a constant in our live set ever since, so it seemed only natural that it should be the first song off the new record to have it's own video. The whole thing was shot by ourselves on a cold February morning in Trondheim. We wanted to show off the grimy bits of our wonderful city in a lo-fi wrapping. It was actually a lot of fun walking through the streets with Timo dressed up as a hobo with a big 'The end is nigh. Live fast, die.' cardboard sign taped on his chest, just watching how people reacted to it.” More...
Norwegian hardcore band Barren Womb has officially released debut album "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken" today via Spartan Records.
Today you can stream the full album online in the player below, courtesy of Metal Injection. With comparisons to both Refused and Kvelertak, Barren Womb is stirring up a deafening buzz with this provocative and controversial new record that holds nothing back.
Featuring tracks like “Evil prevails,” “Kill Hicks,” and “Will you be God’s art or Satan’s graffiti?,” the band's debut is an aggressive yet bleak record with bold truths about the downfall of society as a result of greed and corruption. More...
Norwegian hardcore band Barren Womb is readying the release of full-length record, "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken" for Tuesday and has now released a new song titled “Evil Prevails.” Give it a listen below, thanks to MetalInsider.net.
The new album will be released on Tuesday, March 11th via Spartan Records and can be pre-ordered now at this location.
“The soothing breeze of a lazy summer day. A newborn baby sleeping safely in its mother's arms. A moment of creativity. A glimpse of greatness. Compassion. Freedom. Love. The human condition can truly be a thing of beauty. Most of the time though, evil prevails,” says Barren Womb’s Tony Gonzahl. “This song deals with the dangers of trading values and beliefs into currency, be it money, power or any other superficial bullshit. Selling out, basically.” More...
After previously streaming the song online, Barren Womb has now released a lyric video for the track "Will You Be God’s Art Or Satan’s Graffiti?” that can be seen below.
“Will You Be God’s Art Or Satan’s Graffiti?” comes by way of the Norwegian band's new album "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken," due for release on March 11th via Spartan Records.
Emerging Norwegian hardcore band Barren Womb has debuted a new song, “Will you be God’s art or Satan’s graffiti?” taken from forthcoming album, "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken." Check it out below thanks to RevolverMag.com.
The new record, due out on March 11th via Spartan Records, will be available digitally and on limited edition vinyl that can be pre-ordered now at this location.
“"Will you be God's art or Satan's graffiti?" had already been with us on the road for a while when it came time to lay music to tape, but both the title and the lyrics got nailed just a couple of weeks before recording,” explains Barren Womb’s drummer/vocalist Timo Silvola. “Angry at corporations like Nestlé for the water war or Monsanto with their GMO monopoly scheme, I wondered how someone could stretch so far beyond evil. And could it just be for money and power? Is it the system? While politicians stand idly by and we the consumers keep turning the other cheek, we doom ourselves to someone else's profit.”
"The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken will be released on March 11th via Spartan Records. More...
Seattle based indie label Spartan Records is proud to announce the signing of Norwegian hardcore band Barren Womb and the upcoming release of debut full-length album, "The Sun’s Not Yellow, It’s Chicken" on March 11th.
The record will be available digitally and on limited edition vinyl, which can be pre-ordered now at this location. In anticipation for the upcoming release, BrooklynVegan.com has premiered the first new track, “Kill Hicks,” today. Stream it now below.
"”Kill Hicks” was one of the last songs we finished up for the record, and it came together fast,” says guitarist/vocalist Tony Gonzahl. “We had this kind of bluegrass influenced riff kicking about for a little while, but hadn't really had the chance to do much with it. Then one day we started jamming and that riff came up. A couple of hours later we had the song pretty much done. Although there is a lot of beauty to humanity, I feel that right now the negative far outweighs the positive. This is not a holier-than-thou attitude, I most definitely see myself as part of the problem. Lyrically Kill Hicks deals with apathy and the bleak future ahead of us if we continue on this path.” More...