All Love is True Love The Primals
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- 1Hello Cruel World02:25
- 2Dead Predators03:08
- 3Another World to Call Your Own03:01
- 4Pity City05:06
- 5Fortune & Sons03:16
- 6The Wayward Impaler03:16
- 7It's Personal02:38
- 8Together Whenever02:36
- 9Save Me, Baby03:12
- 10I'm Coming Home04:20
Info for All Love is True Love
A-based rock trio THE PRIMALS will release of their debut, All Love Is True Love, via Southern Lord this Friday. The album is streaming in advance via Louder Sound, who calls the record, “one of the best power pop records in years.” The feature includes a track-by-track guide from vocalist/guitarist John Henry (also of Darkest Hour) who is joined in THE PRIMALS by bassist Chad Fjerstad (formerly of Dead To Fall), and drummer Andrew Black (formerly of The Explosion).
THE PRIMALS’ fuzzy execution is equal slabs ripping guitar heaviness and infectious pop sensibility. Concocted by a seasoned group of thrashers with a historical backbone in the D.C. punk community, the disintegrated spirit of grunge rises from the ashes, revitalized in a new light.
All Love Is True Love features ten infectious tracks produced by John Reis (Rocket From The Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes) and completed with cover art by Laura K. Giron. Fans of Wand, Ty Segall, Nirvana, and The Pixies are especially recommended to tune in.
Channeling Redd Kross’ soaring harmonies, The Posies’ taste for sugary darkness and Kurt Cobain’s ability to disguise an arsenal of irresistible hooks under a barrage of pounding fuzz, the album rips up grunge’s ‘90s roots and replants them for a modern audience.” (Louder Sound)
“THE PRIMALS have an impressive pedigree, boasting a lineup consisting of current and former members of Darkest Hour, The Explosion, and Dead To Fall… The band is fronted by John Henry, best known as the vocalist of veteran metal band Darkest Hour. Musically, THE PRIMALS’ music is a far cry from the melodic death metal stylings of Darkest Hour, but the band still brings some heavy riffing to their infectious brand of rock.” (Consequence Of Sound)
“ballsy hard rock with a definite melodic punk bent to it… the record is a fuzzed-out riff fiesta with quirky yet pleasing hooks finding their way throughout the whole affair.” (No Echo)
John Henry, vocals, guitar
Chad Fjerstad, bass
Andrew Black, drums
Produced by John Reis
have an impressive pedigree, boasting a lineup consisting of current and former members of Darkest Hour, The Explosion and Dead to Fall, and they’re set to unveil their debut album, All Love Is True Love, on September 7th via Southern Lord. Leading up to the release, the band has teamed up with Heavy Consequence and Consequence of Sound to premiere the fuzzed-out rock track “Pity City”.
The band is fronted by John Henry, best known as the vocalist of veteran metal band Darkest Hour. Musically, the Primals are a far cry from the melodic death metal stylings of Darkest Hour, but the band still brings some heavy riffing to their infectious brand of rock. Rounding out the trio are bassist Chad Fjerstad (formerly of Dead To Fall) and drummer Andrew Black (formerly of The Explosion).
Regarding the track “Pity City”, Henry tells us, “This song originally came from a different project I was working on which was more electronic, using an old Univox drum machine and a bunch of layered synths and guitars. It stood out to me as more of a structured song than the rest from that session so I decided to see if it would work with the Primals.”
He adds, “Once Andrew added his version of the drumbeat and I heard it with Chad playing the driving bassline I knew it would work. This one is definitely more on the poppy/pretty end of the spectrum of the album, and the only track that features a synth part. Lyrically this track is a good representation of the album title All Love Is True Love, as it’s sort of a love song to everyone I’ve ever loved, even the ones who are out of my life. I think the last lines sum up the song fairly well: ‘Me and the ones I adore, I don’t believe there’s an end anymore, and we are nothing.’”
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