|1,000 Miles of Mud|
That's one of my personal ambitions to write a manifesto so precise, so comprehensible that it becomes a treatise. My Manifesto/Treatise will be on the subject of time travel.
Certainly we have achieved it....right?
Out of America's Steel City, Pittsburgh, PA comes the Noise Rock manifesto makers, Night Vapor.
This album isn't an album. It's someone telling the rest of the world how the rest of this is about to go down.
For the record, it is wholly insane. Do not look for sanity here. If a band is going to record a musical manifesto, there's something that's required even moreso than a singer with a manageable case of Lead Singer's Disease, and that's an overly competent bass player who's been waiting for their turn.
1,000 Miles of Mud's backbone is that bass guitar. It's full and melodic. In fact, this is the kind of album that a young Geddy Lee would've heard and thought, damn, these crazy people might be on to something.
In the purest of all ironies, this abject insanity only outdone by its perfect structure.
RELEASE 12/14/18 BANDCAMP FACEBOOK