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PC WORSHIP – “Rust”

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Yeah, always a good day when there’s some new PC WORSHIP to stick between the ears. Brooklyn heroes, well, maybe not heroes, but maybe pillars, nah, not pillars. Whatever the guys in PC WORSHIP are, their music is BAD. But bad meaning good. Led by longtime real dude Justin Frye, PC WORSHIP play a droning, deep well style dirtbag-collage-rock. This new track “Rust” is a harbinger for the album SOCIAL RUST, which is not only the band’s new album (previous albums on labels like SHDWPLY RECORDS, NEW IMAGES, NIGHT PEOPLE), but also their first encounter with NORTHERN SPY RECORDS. For me this is a grand meeting, two of my favorite NYC entities finally getting together, finally getting it on. IT WAS WRITTEN. I love NORTHERN SPY. DULL TOOLS is co-releasing the record it should be said (they also just released that BETH ISRAEL record, so way to be DT).

Get down to PC WORSHIP. Evil, evil rock music. Not sure of peers or equals of this queasy and rolling sludge forth. Sludge forth. Sludge forth.
Staples that’s the word! This track from the NYC underground staples (they look @ pretty faces and they puke) is doing exactly what it ought to as the thing expands, Frye incanting, over a pummeling bass and drum thud. Adam Markiewicz’s violin (also abused in THE DREEBS) carves itself a path through at least knee deep muck, travelling just beneath the surface all the way until the end of the tale. Love that vocal flow. My mother would would get very tense if she were to listen to this. I will not play it for her. I will play “Rust” for about the 15th time today though. Put you good ear on this bad number and get in line for the record. It arrives early September, and you’ll need it. PC WORSHIP, are, to use an outdated term, TOP SHRIMP. Will get them to Boston to do this thing live ASAP.

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