Svbterranean has debuted a new lyric video from prog/grunge-fueled desert dwellers THE OXFORD COMA. The new visuals were created for “Patterns Of Thought,” the track found on the band’s recently-released Everything Out Of Tune LP, which the band self-released after recording with the legendary Steve Albini.
Everything Out Of Tune delivers nine new tracks, boasting more than forty minutes of devastatingly creative noise rock-influenced psychedelic intensity. Recorded and mixed by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio, Chicago, mastered by John Golden at Golden Mastering, and features guitar from Intronaut’s Sacha Dunable on the lead track, “Trauma (Maybe I’m Forgetting Something.” Thundering grunge riffage meets progressive exploration, the album offers a spectrum of effects-drenched tones, teleporting the listener into an altered state of listening.
With the debut of THE OXFORD COMA’s “Patterns Of Thought” lyric video, Svbterranean declares in part, “The track is an interesting mashup of acid-laced desert rock vibes and angular, jagged guitar work, which is set to video clips with anti-Trump sentiments. If you like catchy, oddball tunes, or dislike Number 45, check out the clip…”
See THE OXFORD COMA’s “Patterns Of Thought” at THIS LOCATION.
Watch the band’s previously-released video for “Cartoons” HERE.
Watch for more videos from the album and more to see release in the coming days.
THE OXFORD COMA has also booked a new run of shows up the West Coast, playing Oakland, Portland, and Seattle on December 8th, 9th, and 10th, with additional shows to be announced.
THE OXFORD COMA Live:
12/08/2017 Golden Bull – Oakland, CA w/ Bitter Lake, NAME [info]
12/09/2017 Ash Street – Portland, OR w/ Bitter Lake, Second Sleep, Strangeletter [info]
12/10/2017 Highline – Seattle, WA w/ Chrome Lakes, Bitter Lake [info]
Created over a two-year cycle throughout which the entire band lineup was completely restructured, Everything Out Of Tune is undeniably an album which takes THE OXFORD COMA’s unique sonics to the next level in every conceivable way. Breaking the cycle of going for grittier studio recordings with each release, the follow-up to the band’s 2015-released Paris Is Mine, this time the band recorded with Steve Albini to capture Everything Out Of Tune. Utilizing the famous producer’s talent and his vast arsenal of incredible equipment and instruments, including the same guitars and amps as some of their most influential bands like Nirvana and many others have on their albums.