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WYMYNS PRYSYN – Head In A Vise

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Tim Scott: You tend to have music writers reaching for the ‘kinda KBD influence with a touch of early hardcore”. Will this be the same on the new record?
Josh: “The album is a departure while still sounding like it was created by the same band. We like our ambiguous skin when it comes to being defined. It allows us the possibility to play with a pretty diverse pool sonically. The album is much darker, dystopian and K. Dickian. But yeah just as much Bobby Soxx love as the Wipers, No Trend, or Carbonas. Add some synth, tape manipulation, better recording quality that’s still pretty blown out and you may be in the same state.”
Noisey

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Release date: January, 2015

“As for how this sounds, I suppose you can hear something of Wymyns Prysyn’s Atlanta roots in places, but I don’t think anyone would call this a garage-punk record. If it reminds me of anything it’s a less noodly version of Hot Snakes. It’s built around the same kind of propulsive, vaguely Wipers-esque rhythms, and with a much better recording this time around the haunting vocal melodies pop all the more. I haven’t found anyone to explicitly agree with me yet, but parts of this LP even remind me of prime-era Nirvana in the expert fusion of punk-derived energy and heaviness with a deeper, more sophisticated poppiness. Without a doubt one of the standout releases of this month, and highly recommended by everyone here at the Sorry State camp.”
Sorry State