Label: Dine Alone Records - HSU-10104,Hostess Entertainment Unlimited - HSU-10104 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock •
Two years after introducing themselves with their debut single, punk supergroup Vanishing Life seal the deal with Surveillancetheir first long-player. Born out of a meeting at a Belgian punk festival, the four members eventually streamlined their energy into this new project which bears the assets of each player while pulling off the desired effect of achieving something fresh.
Recorded by Suedehead 's Davey Warsop and mixed by bandmember MillerSurveillance is a robust record made to be played loudly. Opening volley "Realist" is a five-minute post-punk powerhouse, raging with attitude and stout riffs. Another standout, "Thinking Is Weightless," ripples with power and intensity under Schreifel 's barbed vocal attack. Citing touchstones like Black Flagthe Damnedand the FallVanishing Life demonstrate muscle and power above all, offering only a pair of brief ambient instrumental cuts -- titled "16" and "17" -- People Running - Vanishing Life - Surveillance act as breathers from the otherwise tireless, guitar-driven onslaught.
For a group whose members are spread far and wide geographically, not to mention busy with Byłaś Mi Słońcem - Mister Dex - Czułe Słówka own principal projects, they've funneled a great deal of stamina and confidence into these 13 tracks, making for an impressive debut.
Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. People Running - Vanishing Life - Surveillance Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts.
Release Date November 11, Track Listing. The Realist. Vanishing Life. Jamie Miller. Seven Pointed Star. Pretty Ruined. Walter Schreifels. Thinking Is Weightless. People Running. Big Other. Pretty Ruined Walter Schreifels. Realist Walter Schreifels. Thinking Is Weightless Walter Schreifels.