The album may have been released, but the propaganda campaign continues, as Montreal noise metal quartet, THE GREAT SABATINI, releases more new visual accompaniments to singles from their newest full-length, Dog Years. The newest to be unveiled in this ongoing series of video singles, “Aleka” takes the mellowest yet possibly strangest track on Dog Years to even more odd levels of bizarre, with a simultaneous, four-scene, pulp style delivery. Who would have guessed just watching four band members just “going about their business” would be so creepy?
French-Canadian online music mag Pelecanus is hosting “Aleka” now at THIS LOCATION.
While out on their Dog Years North American Tour two weeks ago, THE GREAT SABATINI slipped out an animated video for “Periwinkle Love Hammer,” viewable HERE. And prior to that, early in the crusade Metal Injection released the first single from Dog Years with the “Munera” video RIGHT HERE, followed by Exclaim! Magazine’s hosting of the “Guest Of Honour” video HERE. And if that ain’t enough to keep you occupied, stream the entire Dog Years album via Decibel Magazine AT THIS LOCATION.
THE GREAT SABATINI‘s third proper full-length, Dog Years was recorded, mixed and mastered by Sean Pearson (Cursed, Shallow North Dakota), and boasts the band’s raw, unpolished approach to capture n act with years of accumulated experience touring, writing and recording together. The aim was to create a hi-fi document with all of their lo-fi sensibilities, grit and live energy intact, and the results are astoundingly destructive. French noise/metal label, Solar Flare Records, released the album on CD, digital and LP formats, the latter available on both black and transparent red vinyl; place orders through Solar Flare Records HERE and via the band HERE.