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***Visiting Hours, the newest long-player from Brooklyn's VAZ for the SGG label, following 2011's precedent-obliterating Chartreuse Bull, manages to at once capture the live ferocity of the band as well as highlight their use of the studio as another weapon in a formidable aural arsenal. Our use of alliteration here should illustrate that we mean business. In fact, it's safe to say that the needle was buried so deep in the red that recording engineer BEN GREENBERG (The Men, Hubble) still hasn't managed to excavate it. Vaz are touring for the entirety of November in support of Visiting Hours" making stops all across the U.S. and sharing bills with label-mates and old and new friends alike. It is advised that you attend these shows.

LP $15.50


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***VAZ exist in a realm outside of any known comfort zone, operating off the grid and blasting straight through any and all trends with their eyes seemingly closed to the vapidness of it all. Hoisting the flag of creep-rock high above the heads of any who might challenge the throne with Chartreuse Bull, their leanest, meanest LP yet, it's no wonder Vaz have outlived the space shuttle and any other fad you can think of. Guitarist PAUL ERICKSON and drummer JEFF MOORDIAN launched this mission years ago with HAMMERHEAD and now, with the addition of TYLER NOLAN, Vaz will continue to laugh as the satellites crash around their heads. Past Vaz efforts on Load, Thin The Herd, and GSL have hinted that the day will come when it's time to board up the house and go underground, but Chartreuse Bull will have you running for the hammer and nails. US tour with Pygmy Shrews this summer. Limited edition of 500 copies with screen printed jackets. Includes a download. Received a 7.6 rating from Pitchfork.

LP $17.50


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