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8 thoughts on “ Untitled - Wolf Eyes - Mind In Pieces (CDr)

  1. The fact that Michigan's leading trip metal assault team, Wolf Eyes, ended up having their music used in an episode of The Office in was surprising enough to most observers, but that ultimately seemed pretty reasonable compared to the notion of the band being sponsored by leading roots music acolyte and vinyl champion Jack ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co anyone who feared that Wolf Eyes would have their 8/
  2. Nov 03,  · In fact, I Am a Problem: Mind in Pieces may be too somnambulant for noise-hounding Wolf Eyes heads, or newcomers impatient for quicker cuts to the chase. You have to sit still a .
  3. Apr 26,  · Untitled: Untitled: Untitled: Untitled: Wolf Eyes: Burned Mind First Iggy & The Stooges channelled their motor city madness into fist-clenching rock and roll, and now Wolf Eyes does the same; except instead of raging against sickening sixties flower power with guitars, Wolf Eyes crafts their /5().
  4. Wolf Eyes / John Wiese The Ann Arbor trio melts industrial rock in molten noise that's as detrimental to the body as the mind, while prolific opener John Wiese grooms a tense drone. by: Brian Howe.
  5. Bleep Ltd. Registered office: Spectrum House, 32–34 Gordon House Road, London, NW5 1LP. Company Registration Number: Powered by Ochre.
  6. Something Wolf Eyes discovered seemed to elude the generations of previous noise-makers. Not that they find their references in anything newer than Throbbing Gristle, but Wolf Eyes has hit a vein of keeping it nice n' super-gritty while also bringing in an engaging variety of sounds.
  7. May 30,  · Untitled, a song by Wolf Eyes on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co Duration: 7 min.
  8. referencing Burned Mind, LP, Album, WE, AM I got this LP after getting my first Wolf Eyes CD, The Warriors split with Prurient, and it's a lot different. This LP has a very deep industrial feel to it.

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