A Place To Bury Strangers are following up 2012's 'Worship' with their brand new album 'Transfixiation'. The album captures the moment with new sounds and new ideas combined with a high level of detail; the pure finesse of 'Transfixiation' is something to be desired.
If you're after an album that sounds better the louder you play it then 'Transfixiation' is the one for you. The album delivers a pure, atmospheric sound that cannot be distorted no matter the volume. 'Transfixiation' is an experiment that has, in most cases, well and truly paid off.
The New York trio succeed in dragging us into the depths of the darkest dungeons of our minds. You'd have thought that the album's intensity would mask its precision; but this is not the case.
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Having already released two near-flawless records, the first of which wasn't even intended to come out as an album anyway, plotting that next move or course in direction can be an arduous task. While 2009's 'Exploding Head' may not have been a big hit with the more tabloid end of the music press, its high ranking in many end of year polls on the blogosphere suggests those supposedly further down the pecking order of tastemakers took A Place To Bury Strangers second long player to be one of the finest guitar records produced this past decade. Add a growing reputation as one of the most ferocious - if not one of the loudest - bands on the planet and the seeds were surely sewn for album number three to catapult A Place To Bury Strangers into even more commercially viable circles, right? Well, not quite...
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A Place To Bury Strangers' new single, So Far Away, is the lead track taken from their upcoming EP, Onwards To The Wall, which will be released on February 6th through Dead Oceans. The band has also announced a UK tour, which will take place throughout May 2012.
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It is safe to say that A Place To Bury Strangers are more of a EP band. 'Onwards To The Wall' is their seventh EP to date. During the course of the bands existence, they have only released three singles. The band and their team have to be applauded for this as with the state of today's music, A Place To Bury Strangers aren't really a singles kind of band. You can't see Chris Moyles playing 'So Far Away' on Radio One's breakfast show - although if Zane Lowe was covering for him, things might be different.
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Review of A Place To Bury Strangers single Keep Slipping Away released through Mute.
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Review of A Place To Bury Strangers live at Nottingham Bodega Social on Friday 6th of November.
A Place To Bury Strangers interview from Leeds Festival 2009
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Review of A Place To Bury Strangers single 'Missing You' released through Rocket Girl.
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Review of A Place To Bury Strangers debut self-titled album released through Rocket Girl.
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A Place To Bury Strangers
To Fix The Gash In Your Head / Ocean
Meal Deal Records
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