Already one of the year’s most anticipated releases, Elizabeth Colour Wheel’s debut album Nocebo is a masterclass in both aggression and reflection. Backed by San Fransisco-based label The Flenser, the experimental five-piece is poised to dominate 2019 with its thunderous blend of shoegaze, metal, and noise rock. After listening to album opener “Pink Palm,” that prediction becomes clear.
ast year saw the release of a harrowing studio album and an expansive collection of rarities from Planning For Burial—now, Thom Wasluck is looking to make 2018 just as bountiful. The one-man gloomcore project will be hitting the road this summer, including an appearance at Meltdown Festival and gigs with Self Defense Family and Drowse. Find a full tour itinerary below.