Brandon Blaine – Vocals
Michael Perez – Bass
Luke Perine – Drums and Percussion
Jay Rogers – Guitar
All songs written by Plague Vendor.
All songs published by PLG VNDR Music (ASCAP) & Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP).
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by John Congleton.
Recorded at EastWest Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Kingsize Soundlabs, Los Angeles, CA.
Mixed at Elmwood West, Los Angeles, CA.
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York, NY.
Photos by Robert Hickerson.
Styling by Anton Schneider.
Layout by Jason Link.
Management: Relentless Artist Management, Inc.
Booking North America: Jared Martin and Will Scott at CAA.
Booking ROW: David Ball at CAA.
Publicist: Christine Morales at Epitaph Records.
Legal: Gary Gilbert and W. Joseph Anderson at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.
Nighttime catches neon eyes I’m fighting but I just can’t sit Feeling in my bones tells me you’re all alone This urgency, it just won’t quit Burning through this town I kick the clocks around I’m balancing the cracked pavement See you here, and then you’re gone You’re caught but not for too long Yeah baby, you’re my new comedown When you put me down You’re my new comedown I love when you put me down I feel you in my future step You’re everywhere that I want to go I dodge the night till it’s out of sight These places dared unknown Traces left behind they lead and let remind It’s only matter of time Till the nighttime comes and catches neon eyes Yeah baby, you’re my new comedown When you put me down You’re my new comedown I love when you put me down
Amazingly understated post rock. A fantastic mix of shoe gaze, stoner rock and doom.
The guitar tone is awesome and the album sounds wonderfully light on production. What you hear is what you get including the hiss from the amps at the end of the tracks and a snippet of conversation before the tape cuts off.
True Widow make music that feels To me hugely expansive. I think of deserts and tundra, the freshly scorched fields I saw in South Africa after a passing bush fire.
Very cool. Crinklechips
Just the opening track is stunning. I do like my rock heavy and this really lays it on thick. The second track doesn't let up. Totally solid blues for the third track.
There's no arguing with the kick on this recording. It thuds. Gorgeously. The fourth track really shows it off.
Back to heavy blues rock with the fifth track. The sixth track, an extended dark reprise of the third track is another exquisite piece, with the seventh as a lament to follow up.
The "final" track is monumental. Peter Jones