New York’s Mean Doomsday Machine A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS Can ‘SEE THROUGH YOU’

15 March 2022

Band: A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
Who: Infamous psych-noiseniks from Brooklyn, NY
led by founder/mastermind Oliver Ackermann
Active: Since 2003 / 6 LPs (new one included)

New album: SEE THROUGH YOU
Out: 4th February via Dedstrange Records

“Outpacing even their own firmly blazed path of audio annihilation, this album repeatedly delivers the massive walls of chaos and noise that every A Place To Bury Strangers fan craves
in spades. See Through You is an explosive journey which explores the listener’s limits of mind-bending madness while simultaneously offering the catchiest batch of songs in the band’s discography. It’s a nod of the cap to the art school ethos of the band’s origins, while forging
a new and clear direction forward. Simply put, See Through You is an epic, instant classic.”


(credit: APTBS)

Turn Up The Volume: I love these motherfuckers. They kick bad-asses, they rage and roll, they trash and bash whether they go slo-mo, or on speed without brakes, or somewhere in the middle. 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 what A Place To Bury Strangers do, and their creepy videos visualize their Doomsday vision
even more.

Ackerman’s graveyard voice leads the deafening troops backed by paranoid guitars, scorching synths and merciless drum attacks. Psych-noise-rock turned upside down. Lovely, right? You bloody betcha.

Singles/clips: My Head Is Bleeding / Let’s See Through You / I Disappear / Love Reaches Out

– MY HEAD IS BLEEDING –

– LET’S SEE THROUGH YOU –

– I DISAPPEAR –

– LOVE REACHES OUT –

Buy/stream the album here…


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New Albums – A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS Next Month With 6th Longplayer ‘SEE THROUGH YOU’

22 January 2022

Band: A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
Who: Infamous psych-noiseniks from Brooklyn, NY
led by founder/mastermind Oliver Ackermann
Active: Since 2003 / 6 LPs (new one included)

New album: SEE THROUGH YOU
Out: 4th February via Dedstrange Records

Info (via Rough Trade): “A Place to Bury Strangers defund post-punk orthodoxy with the most audacious and varied songwriting of their career on their sixth album, See Through You, out on Oliver Ackermann’s label, Dedstrange. Following up on 2021’s highly acclaimed Hologram EP delivers an overclocked set of futuristic electronic punk music encoded with punishing industrial rhythms, swirling voltage-starved guitars and unclassifiable auditory annihilation. Across thirteen tracks recorded in seclusion throughout the nihilistic absurdity of the coronavirus pandemic, See Through You is proof-positive that the group hailed as “The Loudest Band in New York” is still finding new ways to push the needle deeper in the red.”

New single: I’M HURT – 3rd shared piece of the LP

Enjoy some lockdown paranoia…

Check all 3 shared singles on Bandcamp


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Have A Messed-Up Xmas Diner With A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS

Daily electricity to load your batteries


(Photo by Ebru Yildiz)

9 December 2021

Band: A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
Who: Infamous psych-noiseniks from Brooklyn, NY
led by founder/mastermind Oliver Ackermann
Active: Since 2003 / 6 LPs (new one included)

New album: SEE THROUGH YOU
Release: 4 February 2022
Order info: here

New single: LET’S SEE EACH OTHER

Second LP taster following lead-single Hold On Tight

Ackerman: “When the getting’s good, I hold on tight. Sometimes
I forget to enjoy where I am and the people around me. It is critical
to be thankful and enjoy existence and have fun. Having a bad night?
Reflect and kick yourself into gear.”

I love these motherrockers. They kick bad-asses, they rage
and roll, they trash and bash. Nine Inch Nails on speed.

Here they crush a catching pop melody under a wall of an illegal
amount of frenzied guitar decibels. All you need to go horn-mad
and punch Santa in the face. Sounds like big fun? You betcha!

The accompanying shows you how
to mess up your Xmas diner…

On Spotify

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Amazing artwork of new album See Through You. Out 4 February 2022 via Dedstrange

(group photo via BigMouthPR)