Listen to Experience Feelings on City Arts Magazine HERE
Alert the authorities, warn the women and children, and start doing some stretches: today is the day that Experience Feelings is unleashed upon the world.
The second full length from Seattle’s own Constant Lovers has already stirred up a whirlwind of buzz and excitement from the blogs and critics, including Alternative Press, The Stranger, Seattle Weekly, Decibel and now City Arts Magazine, who are currently streaming the album in its entirety.
Listen to the entire album in full right HERE!
Excellent Constant Lovers feature in The Stranger this week. Thanks to Grant Brissey! http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/menace-to-sobriety/Content?oid=19053590
CONSTANT LOVERS – “Experience Feelings” is now available to pre-order! Release date is March 18th and all pre-orders will ship one week prior.
200 Hot Pink / Cyan
300 Classic Black
Includes digital download code
Artwork / Layout by Eric Fisher
B&W photos by Matt Koroulis
Sandrider rocked KEXP’s heavy music show “Seek and Destroy” back in November. Here’s that session in all it’s crushing glory.
In just under a month, GAYTHEIST will embark on a quick 4 date west coast tour with fellow Portland heavy rock enthusiasts Drunk Dad (Eolian Empire). The brief jaunt features four high caliber shows with Wild Throne (formerly Dog Shredder) joining the fun in Seattle and most notably Kowloon Walled City making a rare appearance on the San Fran stop. Check out the dates below:
2/20 – Seattle, WA at Chop Suey w/ Wild Throne, The Great Goddamn
2/21 – Portland, OR at Information Warehouse w/ Nasalrod, Raw Nerves
2/22 – Arcata at Alibi
2/23 – San Fran at Helmlock w/ Kowloon Walled City, Hornss
In other GAYTHEIST news, the band has been confirmed to appear at the 2014 edition of Boise’s Treefort Festival on March 21st along side a slew of up and coming heavy bands including SubRosa, Uzula, and Hooves. More details can be found at treefortmusicfest.com.
The latest sucker punch with a smile from GAYTHEIST entitled “Hold Me…But Not So Tight” (released May 2013 and the 2nd full length released on Good to Die) stirred up a whirlwind of buzz and excitement from the blogs and critics of the world, including Exclaim!, who rightly notes the trio’s “strong grooves and deep hooks,” and Willamette Week, which proclaimed the Portland band one of the city’s Best New Bands, noting that their “sonic onslaught is spiked with lyrics that mix political statements with biting sarcasm.”
Watch the Whitey McConnaughy (Red Fang, OFF!, ZZ Top) directed video for “Stomach Pains” HERE.