A Place To Bury Strangers
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Brooklyn, New York’s A Place To Bury Strangers makes the sort of beautifully brain-pounding, feedback-drenched noise that was once the forte of its most obvious influence, The Jesus And Mary Chain. No “You Trip Me Up” moments of calm here, though—APTBS focuses instead on that perfect moment when the feedback wells up over the music and stretches it out into an endless wall of sound and fury. The band’s 2007 self-titled debut was enough to land it a deal with Mute Records, which released 2009’s Exploding Head. The band’s switched labels to Dead Oceans for its new EP, Onwards To The Wall and full-length, Worship, but maintains its style, inspiring earplug purchases and panicked online searches for “tinnitus” all over the place.