CAR BOMB To Level Stages With V.O.D. This Weekend

New York tech metal manipulators, CAR BOMB, will kick off the New Year with two shows this weekend alongside hometown hardcore heroes Vision Of Disorder! On Saturday, January 26th Long Island’s favorite sonic contortionists will level the stage of Dingbatz in Clifton, New Jersey and again on Sunday at The Chance in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Comments the band on performing with V.O.D.: “On Long Island, these guys were always the band to beat in the hardcore scene. Breakdowns that came out of nowhere damn smack in the middle of a song? No one was fucking doing that, and no one was heavier. We’re definitely honored to throw down with our local compadres.”

1/26/2013 Dingbatz – Clifton, NJ w/ V.O.D.
1/27/2013 The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY w/ V.O.D. [TICKETS]

CAR BOMB released their epic w^w^^w^w long player last Fall. Recorded, produced, mixed, and mastered by CAR BOMB and produced by guitarist Greg Kubacki, w^w^^w^w marks the band’s first full-length in five years. A monumental showcase of their intriguing complexity, MetalSucks called w^w^^w^w one of the “…noisiest, most brutal, melodic, chaotic, atmospheriest,” of 2012 while Pitchfork agreed, crowning it one of the “most unrelenting records” of the year, further elaborating that “CAR BOMB have cited IDM (Intelligent Dance Music) as an influence, and Kubacki’s leads are the most readily apparent aspect of this. His Digitech Whammy abuse is best manifested on the lead breaks on ‘Sentinel’ which sound like lasers becoming self-aware with bloodlust, and the nearly trance-like soloing on ‘This Will Do the Job.’ Vinnie Vincent Invasion boasted on their self-titled album that no synthesizers were used, but CAR BOMB go for the more impressive feat of making electronic-esque sounds with standard metal instrumentation. Excess might seem to be the order of the day to the lazy ear, but there’s an economy to the music… There’s a lot of noise, but it’s always just the right amount. At 50 minutes, you know they’ve got more to say, but they’ll leave that for another record.” Boasts American Aftermath : “This self-produced record is raw and visceral and will absolutely rip you apart limb from limb… CAR BOMB have perfected their craft and song writing abilities to create an album that quite literally ‘kicks ass.'”

w^w^^w^w is currently streaming in its entirety at THIS LOCATION. Additionally you can watch the band destroy the stage of Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar courtesy of Metal Injection HERE.