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Terrible Feelings

***For the last 6 years, Malmö, Sweden’s TERRIBLE FEELINGS have been blazing a trail of power pop meets Killed by Death punk. The band's new LP from Deranged Records, Tremors, pushes them further in songwriting and intensity. Remember the last time you heard a catchy song and couldn’t get it out of your head? Imagine that for 12 blistering tracks. Songs like “Cold Eyes” and “Deadbeat” are Terrible Feelings at their absolute best, displaying a range of unhinged energy and focus rarely found on most punk LPs. The trio breaks new ground with the slow burner “Down the Road,” which has a country meets garage-esque Mazzy Star feel that blooms into something beautiful. As an LP, Tremors runs the gamut from gritty and hard-hitting to catchy and pretty. Terrible Feelings has become more than just a reliable garage punk band. Tremors goes far beyond any box listeners or journalists could trap them in.

LP $16.00



***“TERRIBLE FEELINGS are somewhat of an outlier on the Deranged Records roster. While the label is mostly known for loud, noisy, occasionally nihilistic punk and hardcore, the Malmö, Sweden-based group create tightly-wound rock music with heavy influence from '80s post-punk and goth. Their new 7-inch Backwoods more or less picks right up where 2012's excellent Shadows LP left off. The driving force of Terrible Feelings' sound continues to be the smoky vocals of MANUELA IWANSSON; her voice inflections impressively travel from low to lower in ‘I Don't Even Know You’ as darkly jangly guitars swirl around her rasps. ‘Word Travels Fast’ is a bit more energetic, with an almost power pop-esque stomp between its tight riffs and quick drumming; Iwansson displays her underrated range here as well, expertly hitting high notes as the song comes to an end. ‘Black Winter Night’ is the longest and darkest of the three songs on Backwoods; a somewhat slow burner relying on occasionally surfy-sounding guitar work and Iwansson's vocals a little more isolated than on the previous two tracks, it's essentially a synth away from sounding like a Blondie song...”—Bryne (PunkNews.Org)

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North American pressing of their superb Impending Doom 7”. Someone described the music as “Loud, dark, therapeutic, and rough around the edges”, and ANTON once said he played “black angst-ridden power pop.” Both quotes sum up TERRIBLE FEELINGS pretty well. Doomsday pop with punkrock roots. Place their sound somewhere in the wastelands between Wipers, Masshysteri, Ebba Grön and Murder City Devils.

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***After infinite discussions concerning aesthetics, lyricism and musical preferences, “Terrible Feelings” was chosen as the most fitting name for this musical outfit, which saw the light of day sometime late summer 2009, in Malmö, Sweden. Whilst the band may have its origins in an eternally blossoming punk scene, Terrible Feelings represents so much more than that. With music and lyrics rooted in ‘70s devil-worshipping hard rock and ‘80s spleeny new wave, Terrible Feelings play a sophisticated and gloomy mixture of power pop and punk. Recorded at Tambourine Stu-dios in their hometown, in January 2012. Co-producer ERIK SUNDING spurred them to use more than ten different guitars and amps, a quirky violin bass played over a massive amp from the ‘70s, old beat up drums, farfisa, hammond, piano and tons of rippling percussion. The outcome is 12 quite different songs, somehow all tied together by a common notion; walking hand in hand towards a bleak future. For those with a weakness for melancholic yet danceable punkrock, this record might just prove to be an essential staple in any collection. (STREET DATE - 4/17/2012)

LP $16.00