Brooklyn noise-rock juggernauts revisit 2007 classic as part of Fuzz Club Session

Ever wondered what it’d be like to have an A Place To Bury Strangers live show unfold within the confines of your home? Well, now you can find out via the band’s monstrous Fuzz Club Session which is officially out on vinyl today. To celebrate the release we’re super excited to share the latest video from the session, available to stream below.

Originally taken from the Brooklyn band’s 2007 self-titled debut, ‘Ocean’ is perhaps the archetypical APTBS track and the live recording of the session sees it delivered with a raw, visceral gusto. Doing what they do best, in the video – lit by intense flashing strobes, of course – the band conjure an all-consuming wall of twisted screeching guitars, reverb-drenched vocals, primitive percussion and unrelenting blasts of feedback. Though you’d expect nothing else, right?

A Place To Bury Strangers, alongside fellow Fuzz Club recruits The Underground Youth, will be playing at this year’s Test Pressing Festival with the likes of Moon Duo, Lust For Youth, Bo Ningen, Warmduscher and many more. The festival will take place in Hackney Wick, London on April 27 th, you can buy tickets here.