Barely two months after the release of their debut EP, Towing Heads, mathgrind duo Fawn Limbs (ex-Commit Suicide, Psyopus, et al) are set to release a follow-up EP titled Languor on November 16 via Drylands. In anticipation of its release we have partnered with the band to bring you the exclusive premiere of the EP’s opening track, “Marrow Compound”, and its accompanying music video. Guitarist/bassist/vocalist Eeli Helin said the following of the new single and video: Continue Reading
Finland/Pennsylvania-based mathgrind duo Fawn Limbs (Mireplaner, ex-Psyopus, etc) are set to release their debut EP, Towing Heads, this Friday, August 31. Clocking in just shy of 10 minutes in length, Towing Heads is a hellacious burst of groove-heavy, grinding chaos that will pique the interest of fans of Ion Dissonance, Nightmarer, or caffeine-induced mania. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive premiere of the record in its entirety. The band’s guitarist/bassist/vocalist Eeli Helin said the following of the release: Continue Reading
Fawn Limbs construct an unyielding, dissonant hellscape on their debut EP, Towing Heads.
Comprised of multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Eeli Helin (Mireplaner) and drummer Lee Fisher (ex-Psyopus), this Finland/Pennsylvania-based duo harks back to the “mathgrind” explosion of the early 2000s, but pushes that sound into some pretty dark territories. With a mere nine minutes at their disposal, Fawn Limbs unleash an abundance of discordant grind, rife with grim subject matter, that will rearrange listeners’ faces. Continue Reading
Finland/Pennsylvania-based mathcore duo Fawn Limbs are set to release their debut single, “A Radiant Mass”, tomorrow, August 3. Comprised of current and former members of Mireplaner, Psyopus and more, Fawn Limbs deliver a grinding, yet groove heavy form of mathcore that brings Solace-era Ion Dissonance and Intervals-era See You Next Tuesday to mind. “A Radiant Mass”, which we are excited to present to you today, illustrates this with its 80-second burst of off-kilter, crushing guitars and spastic riff freakouts. The band said the following of the track: Continue Reading