CELL PRESS DRUMMER POSTS VIDEO OF PELTING SKINS FOR “DEAD AT OACI” FROM NOISY, SLUDGY SELF-TITLED EP
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Cell Press drummer Mark McGee has posted his next video of pelting skins with a playthrough for “Dead At OACI”. The first song Cell Press wrote together, the track comes off the Montreal band's debut EP released on November 27th. The song itself is organized chaos smashing your throat with angry noise and aggressive sludge. Even though Cell Press has no one metal genre label to them, they are best described as a concoction of grindcore, noise, sludge, extreme metal, along with anything and everything the band feels like creating.
Watch McGee shatter the kit in this latest drum video via his YouTube.
Cell Press' eclectic self-titled EP may not be metal enough or noise-rock enough or sludge enough for some, but the band gets bored really fast and the result is serious channel surfing taking advantage of a wide variety of influences. With this record, they have gone all out to wrap their ideas up in a burlap sack, tied with razor wire. As the band says in their own words:
“This EP sorta sums up what we’re about at this particular moment. Genre people might not be satisfied with our lack of adherence to any one sound for too long, but we didn't make these songs for those sorts of people. This ep is designed as a broad introduction to the band, and new listeners will hopefully anticipate what else is coming down the pipe in the future. It upholds the high standards Cell Press sets for themselves and each song is quite different from the others."
Super loud and vigorous, Cell Press is a sort of hybridized amalgamation of influences, and most recommended for fans of Jesus Lizard, Converge, and Botch.
“Desert Breath” - YouTube (Music Video)
“Piss Police” - YouTube (Drum Playthrough)
1. Piss Police (3:35)
2. Desert Breath (2:52)
3. Blacked Out In Verdun (2:37)
4. Dead At OACI (3:31)
5. My Son Will No The Truth 11:40
EP Length: 24:18
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