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Waking in the Reservoir

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  • Vinyl (December 4, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00ABMAHA0
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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These days it's hard to find bands that want to play balls to the wall, heavy and fast-pased noise rock. Usually when you do find one, it's some sad version of Arab On Radar or Lightning Bolt with some wacky haircuts and early 90's clothing and an attitude that barfs pretension all over it's audience.

White Sun's- "Waking In The Reservoir", is everything I've been dying to hear for years and any fan of noise rock that is sick of what I mentioned above has been craving this too. This band is like abusive shoegaze; overwhelming walls of noise tangled with overdriven guitar and pummeling, vicious drumming. It's enough to want to flip your car into a telephone pole. The songs are laden with sharp tempo changes and hooks saturated in squeals and distortion. It sounds like a bit of "Blow Your Blood Out" by Hair Police with a bit of Sword Heaven and Sightings in the milieu, meets a little bit of the heavier/uptempo tracks from early Wives and Burmese. "Waking in the Reservoir" stands alone in its style and I highly recommend it for fans of noise-rock craving something menacing and thoughtful (lots of emphasis on the menacing.)

Check out their other 2 full lengths as well. Both are equally awesome.
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