New Jersey’s technical/instrumental metal trio EL DRUGSTORE, formed by current and former members of East Of The Wall and more, released their first new album in six years with The Golden Age Of Bad Ideas through Nefarious Industries earlier this month.
EL DRUGSTORE’s The Golden Age Of Bad Ideas was recorded by Kevin Antreassian at Backroom Studios (The Dillinger Escape Plan) and Chris Alfano at Volume Fact (East Of The Wall), mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Toxic Holocaust, Torche, Eye Of Nix), and completed with art and layout by Bryan Elkins.
With the new “Moral Curve” playthorugh video, drummer Seth Rheam offers, “‘Moral Curve,’ regarding drums, is more composed in comparison to others on the album. However, after playing, filming, recording and editing solo-I used that opportunity to add a little ‘hot sauce’ to my parts. A little trial and error to be honest. More videos to come!”
“…the guy’s been impressing our pants off for the better part of a decade with East Of The Wall, and we can think of no musician more worthwhile of your attention, writes MetalSucks with its premiere. “Like East Of The Wall, EL DRUGSTORE’s music is complex, skronky, proggy, and somehow still pleasing on the ears, but unlike the former it’s a touch more outwardly aggressive and noisy, and it’s entirely instrumental.”
Following a recent release show for the album, EL DRUGSTORE will announce additional sporadic live performances in the weeks ahead.
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