Daughters ‎– You Won't Get What You Want - 2018 Noise Rock Post Hardcore Exp Punk Metal- Black & White Vinyl 2LP

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Daughters ‎– You Won't Get What You Want

Label:
Ipecac Recordings ‎– IPC205LP
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album,
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Black & White
housed in a gatefold sleeve with 12" lyric insert. Issued with an MP3 download code.
Country:
US
Released:
26 Oct 2018
Genre:
Rock
Style:
Post-Hardcore, Noise

Tracklist

A1 City Song
A2 Long Road, No Turns

 

B1 Satan In The Wait
B2 The Flammable Man
B3 The Lords Song

 

C1 Less Sex
C2 Daughter
C3 The Reason They Hate Me

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D1 Ocean Song
D2 Guest House

 

 

 

Companies, etc.
Copyright (c) – Ipecac Recordings
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ipecac Recordings
Manufactured By – The Orchard Enterprises, Inc.
Distributed By – The Orchard Enterprises, Inc.
Recorded At – Machines With Magnets
Lacquer Cut At – Chicago Mastering Service
Credits
Artwork – Jesse Draxler
Lacquer Cut By – ML*
Layout – Shawn Vezinaw
Lyrics By – ASF Marshall*
Mastered By – Heba Kandry*
Music By – Daughters
Producer, Music By – Nick Sadler*
Recorded By, Producer – Seth Manchester
Notes

Manufactured & Distributed in the United States by The Orchard Enterprises NY, INC

Recorded in 2018
NS uses Lace Pick-ups

"What's always been most exciting about the Providence, RI experimental punk metal band has been their unabashed genre smashing and gleeful flouting of expectation. The manic mathcore tendencies of their earlier records have further been tempted by time and songwriting maturity. That's not to say this is a more subdued affair though. The band's thick, aggressive squalls of demented ruckus furrow deep into low-tempo simmering grind injected with moody menace.

Tracks like "Satan in the Wait" are a great example of how the band have evolved to embrace the unexpected musicality hinted at in "The Unattractive, Portable Head," from their thankfully not-final album from 2010. The patient buildup and chiming gothic guitar line add an eerie, insidious quality that unsettles more than the sledgehammer approach ever could. Rest assured though, they still wield a mighty sledge when the urge calls — "The Flammable Man" is as ballistic as anything you'd find on Hell Songs.

The album is well-paced, dropping those frantic nuggets of ferocity between further-reaching experiments. "Less Sex" is the song that'll throw expectant listeners for the biggest loop. With Alexis S.F. Marshal trading his unhinged bark for a deep conversational croon and the utmost of emphasis on introspective vibe, it could almost be a crossover alt-rock hit, with its Trent Reznor-meets-Lou Reed-isms.

By far their most dynamic offering, Daughters have pulled off one of the great comeback albums and further cemented themselves as a band with such singular creativity that they're nearly peerless. It may not sound like the album you thought you wanted, but the open-minded listener might find it's precisely what was needed. (Ipecac)"

Country:
US
Released:
26 Oct 2018
Genre:
Rock
Style:
Post-Hardcore, Noise

Tracklist

A1 City Song
A2 Long Road, No Turns

B1 Satan In The Wait
B2 The Flammable Man
B3 The Lords Song

C1 Less Sex
C2 Daughter
C3 The Reason They Hate Me

D1 Ocean Song
D2 Guest House

Companies, etc.
Copyright (c) – Ipecac Recordings
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ipecac Recordings
Manufactured By – The Orchard Enterprises, Inc.
Distributed By – The Orchard Enterprises, Inc.
Recorded At – Machines With Magnets
Lacquer Cut At – Chicago Mastering Service
Credits
Artwork – Jesse Draxler
Lacquer Cut By – ML*
Layout – Shawn Vezinaw
Lyrics By – ASF Marshall*
Mastered By – Heba Kandry*
Music By – Daughters
Producer, Music By – Nick Sadler*
Recorded By, Producer – Seth Manchester
Notes

Double clear/white marble vinyl housed in a gatefold sleeve with 12" lyric insert. Issued with an MP3 download code.

Manufactured & Distributed in the United States by The Orchard Enterprises NY, INC

Recorded in 2018
NS uses Lace Pick-ups

"What's always been most exciting about the Providence, RI experimental punk metal band has been their unabashed genre smashing and gleeful flouting of expectation. The manic mathcore tendencies of their earlier records have further been tempted by time and songwriting maturity. That's not to say this is a more subdued affair though. The band's thick, aggressive squalls of demented ruckus furrow deep into low-tempo simmering grind injected with moody menace.

Tracks like "Satan in the Wait" are a great example of how the band have evolved to embrace the unexpected musicality hinted at in "The Unattractive, Portable Head," from their thankfully not-final album from 2010. The patient buildup and chiming gothic guitar line add an eerie, insidious quality that unsettles more than the sledgehammer approach ever could. Rest assured though, they still wield a mighty sledge when the urge calls — "The Flammable Man" is as ballistic as anything you'd find on Hell Songs.

The album is well-paced, dropping those frantic nuggets of ferocity between further-reaching experiments. "Less Sex" is the song that'll throw expectant listeners for the biggest loop. With Alexis S.F. Marshal trading his unhinged bark for a deep conversational croon and the utmost of emphasis on introspective vibe, it could almost be a crossover alt-rock hit, with its Trent Reznor-meets-Lou Reed-isms.

By far their most dynamic offering, Daughters have pulled off one of the great comeback albums and further cemented themselves as a band with such singular creativity that they're nearly peerless. It may not sound like the album you thought you wanted, but the open-minded listener might find it's precisely what was needed. "

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Format 2LP
Color Black