UNCLE ACID and THE DEADBEATS Premiere New Track on Invisible Oranges and Brooklyn Vegan
- May 8th, 2013 –
“The perfect spin for a doomed trip to the desert” – Decibel Magazine
“An easy pick for one of the year’s best and most anticipated albums” – The Obelisk
8/10 – SPIN
Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats, one of the most talked about rock bands currently in existence, and an enigma in the international underground scene, are preparing to release their third full length album. Mind Control is set for release on May 14th via Metal Blade Records in North America. Within its blood soaked grooves you will hear shocking tales of bizarre desert ceremonies, religious brainwashing and drug inspired mass slaughter! Fans can order the album and listen to Poison Apple now at metalblade.com/uncleacid.
As we near closer to the release of Mind Control, the band has released another track from the album. Today Invisible Oranges and Brooklyn Vegan are hosting an exclusive premiere of the song “Evil Love”. In addition Invisible Oranges has an exclusive interview with Uncle Acid. Check out the interview and song premiere on Invisible Oranges HERE and the song premiere on Brooklyn Vegan HERE.
NPR is streaming the track “Valley of the Dolls” HERE.
Mind Control is a concept album with a theme that makes the acts and intentions of the likes of Charles Manson and Jim Jones seem like petty crimes. What makes Mind Control scarier than most albums is that it doesn’t seem as sinister on the surface as it really is deep down, within the core of its black acid-drenched world of pain and torture.
Imagine the original Alice Cooper band jamming in a cell with early Black Sabbath and the Stooges, whilst sitting on murder charges and you may get a glimpse into their fuzzed up world of exploding tube amps and cymbal smashing mayhem. However, this enticing act of musical manipulation is merely the icing upon a very sick cake.
Recorded at the legendary Chapel Studios over an autumnal full moon using the finest western electrical technology, engineer Jim Spencer (Bert Jansch, Robert Wyatt) has captured perfectly the bands live sound of saturated fuzz, mind-bending riffs and 60′s vocal harmonies.