Complex, unpredictable, noisy and bit on the zany side, Mary Todd’s music is perfect for the lover of unconventional, grinding mayhem and the ADD-stricken individual. This New York trio takes a page from the early-mid 2000s wave of spastic, experimental grindcore and molds it into their own modern blend of ear-splitting chaos. This sound is shown off in all its jerky glory on their new full-length recording, Bone Stock; a 17-minute barrage of off-kilter rhythms and wondrous discordance. Fans of Daughters, Me and Him Call It Us and intense vertigo, take heed.
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New York mathcore outfit Mary Todd have premiered their forthcoming album, Bone Stock, via Toilet ov Hell. The record will officially be released this Thursday, April 20, via their Bandcamp page. Check out these spastic eight tracks after the break, along with their video for the record’s final track, “Lines”.
Brooklyn mathcore trio Mary Todd recently released the humorous, official music video for their new track, “Lines”. Taken from their forthcoming album, Bone Stock, the noisy and frenetic track is set to a zany parody of a restaurant review show, directed and edited Micah Weisberg & Bill Dvorak of Young Heart Productions, that has bloody results. Fans of Heavy Heavy Low Low, Daughters, Me and Him Call It Us and the like should take note. Check out the clip after the break.
Bone Stock will be released on April 20. Check out the opening track, “The Architect”, after the break as well.