Goes Cube s full-length debut blends punishing metal, rock and punk in the vein of Torche, Quicksand, Jesus Lizard, and Helmet. Their "sledgehammer assault is inescapably awesome, says Stereogum. Many bands get all uppity about how they hate labels and comparisons and all that, but Brooklyn s Goes Cube don t really care what you call them. They're just unpretentious like that no fancy gear, no fancy clothes or haircuts. They're simply three friends who are obsessed with making each song heavier, more intense, more glorious, and just plain better than the last. Stereogum has said that the band's "sledgehammer assault" is "inescapably awesome." Goes Cube's full-length debut entitled, Another Day Has Passed, will be released via THE END RECORDS in the Spring of 2009 and was produced by Dean Baltulonis (Sick Of It All, Most Precious Blood, Freya, Hold Steady).
Punishing awesome, --New York Press
"Goes Cube's sledgehammer assault was inescapably awesome. They bludgeoned our eardrums - and our hearts - with their epic Fugazi feel, machine gun double-bass assault and monumental larynx-shredding vocals. Goes Cube just may have become our favorite underground locals. They're definitely our loudest," --Sterogum
"You'll need a bit of time to recover from this one perhaps book a cell in a monastery for quality silence. This is as loud as loud gets (Mogwai, take heed). Brooklyn's latest bellow is a powerful volley for avant-punk...the energy is utterly captured. This is a band that has not forgotten the great mid-'90s Swedish group Refused, which took hard-core to a totally different compositional level," --Los Angeles Times