Fenriz' Band of the week - Beastmilk (The wind blows through their skulls)





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Uploaded on Jan 18, 2012




YES! something different for the more open minded this time. this is the freshest cassette i've heard since the devil's blood in 2008 or GHOST in 2010. So don't be square now.

Here are some words from Mat, one of the band members:

This is the first "real" band I have ever been in. We rehearse and hang out drinking, we record the stuff live ourselves in our rehearsal room and we all live in the same town. The guy who makes the music lives across the road from me here in Helsinki and the rest are just around the corner! We're just making this music in a vacuum and enjoying obscurity!

We're really inspired by Finnish 80s post-punk. You can see our influences in our friends list and also the video playlist we have is just packed full of AWESOME bands. I should send you a CD of that stuff if you're not already familiar with that scene. . .

- f e n r i z

Genre: Apocalyptic post-punk

Members: goatspeed - guitars
kvohst - vocals
paile - drums
arino - bass

Hometown: Helsinki, Finland

Record label: Svart Records

About: The air will set their bones on fire!

Description: "Beastmilk sounds like the secret recording from a psychedelic mass, located stylistically between Roky Erickson, early Misfits and The Devil's Blood"
Metal Hammer DE

Biography: One of us works at the post office, one has a creative profession, some of us work at times. Our drummer is also a composer and guitarist, he is working on a thesis on how to influence sound with the mind. He has a special helmet, which he has equipped with aluminum foil and parts from remote-controlled cars and he is always moving chairs around in his apartment.

Current Location: Finland

Influences: Crisis (UK), Rudimentary Peni, Testors, Turun Tauti, Psyyke, Mana Mana, Musta Paraati, Serge Gainsbourg, Joy Division, Sonic Youth, Masonna, Billy Childish, France Gall.

Website: http://www.beastmilk.org

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/Beastmilk


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