VOLCANOES has a HUGE sound. Bass guitar and keyboard parts ring over solid, thick drumming with frantic, hyperactive vocals screaming through the mix. A danceable, crunchy groove accompanies each song. The band self-produced their debut EP "Faults" in January 2011 and released a self-produced full-length entitled "Heavy Hands" on September 23rd, 2011. VOLCANOES' newest album, "Future Sorority Girls of America", was released on August 12th, 2014 on Afternoon Records and is available to download for free at http://afternoonrecords.com/volcanoes.
www.hugevolcanoes.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/HUGEVOLCANOES 2. Like a shot of jungle-juice Volcanoes are the Razz-ma-Tazz band hitting the high notes on the UK indie scene. With no particular style or apparent purpose, the band explores the musical cosmos freely, combining both music and words to form what can only be described as….. songs.
With so many ingredients Volcanoes cook a lovely rhythm pie, they love to mix things around and dabble in the box of alternative indie freak-beat. Not knowing what they’re going to do next is what makes the band so unique. Imagine riding a whale backwards dressed as Lion-O whilst practicing the hula-hoop, this is nothing like that. Despite the bands affinity to the chaos around them, Volcanoes are slick, tight as you like and simply heroic on stage.
Who knows how many EPs they’ve done, each one of them beautifully crafted, labours of their wandering hearts, just waiting to be discovered. Wonderfully things are now gathering pace, the rocket has been launched and the band fizz and pop into the nights sky gathering wide spread acclaim and much support. Come one, come all. Join Volcanoes on this rollercoaster ride of doom. They’ll take you to Valhalla, loop de loop though the dirtiest night clubs and quite possibly, teach you how to fall in love again. Free thinkers and hip shakers we salute you We are Volcanoes www.facebook.com/the.volcanoes Their latest release "Shaking That Brass" is now available through CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS (UK) LTD on the Indecan label. Read more on Last.fm.
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