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Sofy Major Documentary Clip "Buckets, Curtains & More Noise" Available

"Buckets, Curtains & More Noise," an in-depth video documentary released by French noise metal act Sofy Major, is now available and meshes interviews of the band members with footage captured during October 2011's massive Superstorm Sandy.

Check it out below, courtesy of Geargods.net. The following press release was also issued about the video:

"The decimating, record-setting hurricane inundating the East Coast US right as Sofy Major had migrated from the post-industrial badlands of Clermont-Ferrand, France to Brooklyn, New York to record their Idolize LP at Brooklyn's Translator Audio studios with Andrew Schneider (Unsane, Keelhaul, Cave In).

"Sandy razed the studio, flooding and ruining endless thousands of dollars of equipment, including everything the French trio had imported for the recording. Forging through it all, with the help of some remarkable friends, the sessions were quickly rescheduled at nearby locations, Idolize was recorded with extreme aggression, and the band's US tour carried on. This nearly twenty-five minute documentary showcases the band's entire incredible story of their struggle to keep spirits high and tells the heartfelt appreciation for their American cohorts and fans who helped them through and made the album a reality.

"Like a demented mesh of the Melvins slamming into High On Fire with undeniable noise/metal influences instigated by the likes of Unsane, Quicksand and Deadguy, Idolize encapsulates Sofy Major's intoxicating concoction of sludge riffage, stale beer, shattered dreams and perseverance. Listen to and purchase the entire bruising LP via Solar Flare Records here."

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