If you yearn for music heavily influenced by Nirvana, Failure, Pavement, Pixies, (did I mention Nirvana?), let me introduce you to Vomitface. The NYC/Toronto band released their debut full length album titled Hooray For Me today. Vomitface aren't exactly breaking new ground -- the album was engineered by the legendary Steve Albini and sounds like it was released in the '90s. You probably get the distinct feeling you've heard these songs before.
You're likely going to really dig Vomitface because they sound like the influential bands that came before them, or you'll totally hate them because they walk (or cross, depending on your perspective) the fine line of ripoff-land. Regardless, it's well done and rocks pretty hard. Stream a few tracks from the album below:
Purchase Hooray For Me from iTunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp.
Catch up with Vomitface on Facebook and check 'em out on the road live.
Aug 27 -- Philadelphia, PA @ The Pharmacy
Aug 28 -- Brooklyn, NY @ Alphaville
Aug 29 -- Washington, DC @ Dew Drop Inn
Aug 31 -- Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle
Sep 01 -- Columbus, OH @ Cafe Bourbon Street
Sep 02 -- Cleveland, OH @ Now That's Class
Sep 03 -- Baltimore, MD @ TBA*
Sep 04 -- Hoboken, NJ @ Chambord Place
Published August 26th, 2016