A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS – The Band That Makes Music And Video Clips To Scare People

Clips to impress your eyes and ears

4 August 2021


Photo by Heather Bickford

Band: A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
Who: Infamous psych-noiseniks from Brooklyn, NY
led by founder/mastermind Oliver Ackermann
Active: Since 2003 / 5 LPs (so far)

A couple of weeks ago the band released new
5-track EP titled Hologram, out 16 July.

Order info: hero.

What does it sound like? Remember Ozzy Osbourne telling
his mates about movies that scare people and his idea of
making music that scares people. That’s exactly how A Place
To Bury Strangers
sounds, even scarier than Black Sabbath if
you ask me.

The Brooklyn trio already showed us clips for two EP
tracks. For I Might Have and End Of The Night.

Here’s another one, for In My Hive. Guess what?
The music as well as the video clip scares people.
Take that Black Sabbath!

Wanna see the two other video’s too? Here we go…

– END OF THE NIGHT –

– I MIGHT HAVE –

A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS: Facebook

When Lockdown Blues Leads To Schizophrenia – A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS Back In Town With New Team

Daily fuel to load your batteries…

21 April 2021

Band: A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
Who: Infamous psych-noiseniks from Brooklyn, NY
led by founder/mastermind Oliver Ackermann
Active: Since 2003 / 5 LPs (so far) / Last one: Pinned (2018)

New work: 5-track EP titled Hologram, out 16 July. Order info: hero

Lead-single: END OF THE NIGHT

Oliver Ackermann: “It’s the first track written in collaboration with either of
the new band members. It sort of came about as a strange stream of consciousness
and unknowingly became about the end of the former band and the beginning of
the new one.”

Score: If anyone knows a lot about the real secrets of the night it’s A Place To Bury
Strangers
. I always thought/think that they only function when the darkness sets in.
Their new nightmarish psych thriller finds Ackermann‘s restless shadow looking back
and forward.

The razzle-dazzle result is spine-and-mind-chilling like Nine Inch Nails going punk, Spacemen 3 returning from the dead and The Brian Jonestown Massacre freaking out
on acid, all at the same time. This is what happens when lockdown blues leads to schizophrenia, I guess.

Get out of your straight jacket and dive into the night…

A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS: Facebook