PETER STUBB / NOCTURNAL FEEDING: Split: 7”

Jul 27, 2012

Yay! Here come six new nuggets from Georgia’s infamous Peter Stubb, a grindcore version of Daniel Johnston. Expect more of the same melodic, death metal vocoder vocals with each track spanning one minute a piece. “Darlene I Still Remember” is the game changer—opting for lighter chords, plus Stubb’s voice sans vocal enhancements, leading to a sweet fade out. Not bad for his first 7”. This is a must for Stubb fans. On the flip side, Indiana’s Nocturnal Feeding offers up his latest EP, Visitors from the Void,three new folky tracks constructed solely on acoustic guitar. At times, the vocals on NF are piercing, and not in a good way, but don’t let that stop you from picking this up.

 –Kristen K (Let’s Pretend, letspretendrecords.com)

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