BANGLADEAFY Issues A Dose Of “Elixir” From Inside The Briefcase At MetalSucks

As NYC’s intrepid duo BANGLADEAFY prepares to release their newest EP, The Briefcase, today the first official auditory lashing from of tech/insanity has been busted out of the box.

Boasting bass riffery and percussion as jagged and technical as it is cohesive and succinct, this duo bears more than just a whack style and catchy name, fusing the Bangladeshi origins of drummer Atif Haq with the physical impairment of bassist/pianist/vocalist Jon Ehlers — the multi-instrumentalist having been born with sensio-neural hearing loss, alongside his two sisters. Disability aside, the intensely technical and somehow still laid-back basslines this musical assassin drops will floor critics and fans alike paired with is cohort’s jacked-up percussive attack.

BANGLADEAFY‘s newest release The Briefcase is an engaging six-song EP that lays out the band’s most proficient display of face-melting jam-blast and neckbending mayhem, and is nearing release on July 9th via Nefarious Industries. The EP was captured at Pancake Studios in Park Slope, Brooklyn by recording engineer Jonathan Vergara, the drums recorded by Mike Gatto. The equally intriguing cover art includes a sculpture created by deviant artist Andrea Falaschi, inspiring the question, “what is all that crazy shit in The Briefcase?”

So take a moment and have your face displaced with a dose the EP’s hyperschizto second track “Elixir” which is being disbursed at the fine squad of riffologists at MetalSucks who profess “Bangladeafy is one of the most original, and straight-up weird (we mean that as a compliment) acts we’ve heard in quite some time,” RIGHT HERE.

The Briefcase Track Listing:
1. Fruit Flies
2. Elixir
3. Dumpster Fire
4. Tubes
5. Show Me The Gold
6. Pest Control

BANGLADEAFY will hit the region with a trio of shows in Jersey, Long Island and Brooklyn with Resolution 15, Torrential Downpour and headliners Car Bomb this weekend, as other new shows around the city and abroad are being booked for the steamy Summer months.

6/21/2013 Dingbatz – Clifton, NJ w/ Car Bomb, Resolution 15, Torrential Downpour [info]
6/22/2013 Katie’s – Smithtown, NY w/ Car Bomb, Resolution 15, Torrential Downpour [info]
6/23/2013 Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, NY w/ Car Bomb, Resolution 15, Torrential Downpour [info]
7/17/2013 Grand Victory – Brooklyn, NY w/ Pseudo Sentai, Hannibal Montana, Moon Tooth
8/17/2013 Fart City – Westerly, RI w/ This Wretch In Me, Steadfast, Spinach