Svbterranean is streaming “Pleasure Chaser,” the new single to Allentown, Pennsylvania noise rock/sludge trio TILE’s new LP, Come On Home, Stranger. The album will see release through Limited Appeal Records next Friday as the band embarks on their Eastern US tour in support of the record.
TILE offers about the song, “We have dreams. They are so vivid. So detailed. Do you get greasy? Or do you wake up?”
Svbterranean calls the new song, “a four-minute behemoth of a track that cycles back-and-forth between angular, snark-filled verses and decimating choruses of larger-than-life riffs.”
Hear TILE’s “Pleasure Chaser” at Svbterranean RIGHT HERE.
TILE will celebrate their twelve-year anniversary as a band with the release of Come On Home, Stranger in conjunction with an Eastern US tour. The day the album is released, the band will embark on a nine-date tour leading with a hometown-area kickoff show August 17th. See the currently confirmed tour dates below and watch for the routing to be completed in the days ahead.
TILE Tour Dates:
8/17/2018 St. Bernard’s – Bethlehem, PA *tour kickoff w/ LA Fastlife, Maersk [info]
8/18/2018 Photo City – Rochester, NY w/ Pengo
8/19/2018 Deep Thoughts JP Record Store – Jamaica Plain, MA w/ Ev1L Twin, Scum.
8/20/2018 Three Sheets – New Haven, CT w/ Sperm Donor, Videodome [info]
8/21/2018 Camp Clarke – Pittsburgh, PA w/ Secret Tombs, Living World
8/22/2018 TBA – Ohio
8/23/2018 Cellarman’s – Hazel Park, MI w/ Cockhorse, How I Quit Christ
8/24/2018 TBA – Chicago, IL
8/25/2018 Franks – Milwaukee, WI @ Triple Eye Industries Fest
Since 2006, TILE has inundated the diverse Lehigh Valley DIY underground scene with their dynamic blend of angular noise rock, revved-up hardcore punk, and grinding sludge/doom riffage through a plethora of EPs, singles, split releases, and their 2013-released debut LP, You Had A Friend In Pennsylvania. In the winter of 2017, TILE returned to Shards Recording Studio in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with owner and engineer Matt Molchany who engineered and mastered the upcoming follow-up LP, Come on Home, Stranger. The dense and varied album packs twelve tracks into forty-two minutes, filling every second of the LP to the edges with their gnarled, varied style. The record is completed with photography by Tim Wynarczuk, of a shoot arranged by the band, in the theme of their prior releases.