The Tasmanian garage rock band 208L Containers released their début LP Knitted Family Helmet today.
A stomping seven track album (available on bandcamp) which crams a disparate range of points of conversations, some inane others of strident polemic, inside foundation shaking rumbles of compacted distortion.
The disengaged vocal sets the scene for the LP which neatly manages to mix both inconsequential noises of the mundanity of life with pointed rhetoric on issues of wide consequence as the reflective disquiet of the instrumentation thunders through the release.
My pick of Knitted Family Helmet being the closer – The Walnut King.
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