Blackened, charred noise rock with that late 80s feel...

A Place To Bury Strangers have been around for quite a long time, delivering a consistent flow of releases that rarely offer anything new, devotedly clinging to a well-established post-punk formula instead: emphasised drums section, basslines from the ‘Be the next Joy Division’ handbook, outright noise rock elements.

APTBS’s music is a craft, which the band keeps on honing despite all the criticism. This year’s ‘Pinned’ is its well-made product that checks all the boxes, successfully imitating the late ‘80s feel - the highest compliment in this line of work.


Words: Dmitry Teckel

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