After causing seismic shifts in the underground earlier this year with their debut album Neither Virtue Nor Anger, Sonic Jesus are back with a brand new track, "Never In My Mind", due for release on a limited edition 7" titled Locomotive on November 20th.
“Never In My Mind” starts off like a call to arms full of violence and energy, and continues its rampage pace like an adrenaline shot to the heart. The marching snare drum is overlaid with fuzz-heavy guitars and dark distorted vocals to produce a sound that is distinctly Sonic Jesus.
It will appear as the B side to a remix of "Locomotive" by legendary underground icon Sonic Boom aka Pete Kember from Spacemen 3 and Spectrum.
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ABOUT SONIC JESUS
From their two releases to date (Neither Virtue Nor Anger and a self titled EP released by Fuzz Club in 2012) Italy's Sonic Jesus has earned the adoration of much of the alternative music press including Consequence of Sound, The Quietus, Drowned In Sound, Clash Music, and Exclaim! who have praised their unique sound of intense industrial darkness, built from vast and myriad influences.
‘Sonic Jesus have conclusively proved themselves the contemporary masters’ - The Quietus
‘Sonic Jesus can lay claim to releasing one of the scene's – and this year's – finest collections.’ - Drowned In Sound (Referring to Neither Virtue Nor Anger)
ABOUT FUZZ CLUB
Fuzz Club is an independent record label, online store and production company that focuses on raw, experimental rock and roll, influenced by psychedelia, shoegaze, noise, garage, blues, folk and experimentation.
Established in rural Norway during the 24 hour darkness of the Arctic winter, Fuzz Club entered the scene in 2012 with their compilation The Reverb Conspiracy – made in collaboration with Austin Psych Fest – a now annual release capturing the essence of the underground scene as it is today.
Today Fuzz Club has around 20 artists and over 40 releases featuring names like Anton Newcombe, Goat, Alan Vega, The Black Angels, Dead Skeletons, A Place to Bury Strangers and The Underground Youth.