PRIMITIVE MAN Releases Noise EP To Help Fund Van Repairs
Primitive Man recently wrapped up recording its second full-length album, and was planning on going on tour with Weedeater. Unfortunately, the band's van has been damaged during repairs, and they're going to need some help with the costs of paying the garage to get the van back.
Instead of just asking for money, Primitive Man recorded and released a new noise EP titled Fear / A Life Of Turmoil that you can stream below and pick up here. All the money will go toward the van repairs, but I'll let the band explain exactly what's going on.
Hi. If you were looking forward to seeing Primitive Man in Nebraska, Illinois or Wisconsin on our tour with Weedeater this week we would like to apologize because we will not be making it. After taking our van in to get an oil change and some routine maintenance done it was returned to us in way worse shape than we dropped it off in. The short version of this story is that they destroyed the engine and now we have to "meet them in the middle" to cover the repair costs because neither party can necessarily "prove" that the other one is at fault.
Last week, after recording for our next full length we paid for an extra day at flatline audio to record some noise tracks. Though these were not supposed to be revealed to the public this way (or necessarily under this name), we could use some financial assistance in paying for van repairs. Regardless of whether or not anyone buys these tracks, we will still be making whatever shows we can as soon as the van is finished.
These are in the vein of the P//M record that Crown and Throne Ltd. released but they were recorded in a pro studio and a lot more care was put into these than our noise tracks have been able to receive in the past. I would also classify these as more drone/ambient than harsh noise.
Anyway, if you're into it-download. And if not, you can stream them for free. We should also have a shirt design up online as well tomorrow.