Infinite Limbs


YEAR OF THE RABBIT

 

Getting ready to end the year of the tiger

and begin the year of the rabbit

 

for order inquiries please contact

INFINITELIMBS [at] GMAIL [dotcom]

 

Available for order are:

TEETH MOUNTAIN S/T DEBUT LP (co-released on Infinitelimbs and SHDWPLY records, 2008)

 

LITURGY “IMMORTAL LIFE”  LP (Last copies in existence! 2008)

 

CHUBBY BEHEMOTH 7” (featuring members of Airwaves, PC Worship, Dan Deacon Ensemble, and more, 2008)

 

GDFX “TRUE N-IBIRU” CASSETTE (out on ORMOLYCKA records, 2010)

 

more to come, stay tuned…

 

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More Tour, SXSW, etx
March 8, 2010, 12:00 am
Filed under: GDFX, INFL, liturgy, teeth mountain

I’m leaving for tour with Liturgy in four days. Got some laundry to do first, literally and figuratively. Anywho… Here are our dates (blatantly copied and pasted from myspace)-

Mar 11 2010 8:00P
Garfield Arts Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Mar 13 2010 8:00P
Scion Rock Fest w/ Voivod, Cannibal Corpse, Pelican Columbus, Ohio

Mar 14 2010 8:00P
Now That’s Class w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Cleveland, Ohio

Mar 15 2010 8:00P
The Mopery w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Chicago, Illinois

Mar 16 2010 8:00P
Camp Concentration w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth St. Louis, Missouri

Mar 17 2010 8:00P
The Conservatory w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma

Mar 18 2010 8:00P
House of Tinnitus w/ White Mice, Tinsel Teeth Denton, Texas

Mar 19 2010 8:00P
SXSW: 20 Buck Spin showcase Austin, Texas

Mar 19 2010 8:00P
SXSW: WFMU/Aquarius showcase Austin, Texas

Mar 20 2010 8:00P
SXSW: Brooklyn Vegan party Austin, Texas

Mar 21 2010 6:00P
Bro Fest w/ White Mice, Withered, Rwake Dallas, Texas

Mar 22 2010 8:00P
MtyMx Festival w/ No Age, Acid Mothers Temple, Andrew W.K.
Monterrey

Mar 24 2010 8:00P
The Rogue Fayetteville, Arkansas

Mar 27 2010 8:00P
Big Ears Festival w/ Terry Riley, Gang Gang Dance, The Ex Knoxville, Tennessee

Mar 31 2010 8:00P
The Triple Richmond, Virginia

Apr 1 2010 8:00P
Talking Head Baltimore, Maryland

At SXSW I’ll also be playing with Teeth Mountain and as GDFX, all over the damn place….

TEETH MOUNTAIN SXSW
Mar 19 2010 11:00P
NNF showcase @ the hideout austin, Texas

GDFX SXSW
Mar 20 2010 2:15P
Ormolycka SXSW showcase at The Iron Gate Lounge with These are Powers, DDMMYYYY & more Austin, Texas

hopefully all this insanity at sxsw will work itself out… wish me luck.



Liturgy “RENIHILATION” press!
August 15, 2009, 8:24 pm
Filed under: liturgy | Tags:

“The Brooklyn-based homies in Liturgy are everything that we could ask for in a metal band. They don’t give a fuck about any black metal aesthetic (but are as melancholic and distraught as one Varg Vikernes), use the most minimal, but powerful drumming imaginable (snare, crash, kick), and create walls-of-sound that are equal parts brutal and psychedelic. Produced by Krallice’s Colin Marston, the bands 20 Buck Spin debut Renihilation rips the shit out of caged metal expectations. “Ecstatic Rite” is just a taste of the band’s “pure transcendental black metal.”
-chronic youth

“black metal de usa su ultimo disco recommendado!!!!”
-winds of hate

“Liturgy are the first black metal band that truly embodies the ghosts of New York. They play metal like it’s a minimalist downtown art/life/religion project in the tradition of dronemasters Glenn Branca, Rhys Chatham and La Monte Young’s Dream Syndicate. Through their own brand of growling, gnarling, lightning-fast black grind, Liturgy try to find euphoria through dissonance, repetition and volume–turning metal nightmares into something ready for the Dream House. Their debut album for metal label 20 Buck Spin, Renihilation, is due in August. The first leaked track, “Ecstatic Rite” couldn’t be more aptly named–four minutes and 44 seconds of churning blast that aims for the heavens and stretches out when it gets there.”
-Christopher Weingarten, Village Voice

“Liturgy, from Brooklyn, are billed as yet another in the rapidly growing number of indie rock bands who’ve turned to black metal. And like many of their compatriots, what they lack in corpse paint they make up for in sheer sonic assault. The blast beats are so fast and relentless that the snare drum is verging on metastasizing from percussive white noise into in a continuous sawtooth hum. The buzzing tremolo guitars are similarly fast, and the ferocious diseased vocal growls sound more animal than human. Dissonant, tremolo-picked harmony leads are very cool, as are the occasional droning, relatively soothing interludes between waves of intensity. One such drone, the ninth track, features chanted, quasi-ritualistic vocals, and I can almost picture David Tibet chiming in comfortably at some point if the track were continued a fair bit longer than the brief 2 minutes of air time it’s been given. The seventh track is a complete departure: it consists of unaccompanied electric guitars playing a somewhat bouncy, cheerful riff. Odd. Just makes the ‘Rennilation’ of the following track that much more pronounced. After the aforementioned drone/chant track that soon follows, the album continues unabated. Excellent album.”
-Gordon Isnor, Lefthip.com

“It was a tall order for Liturgy to top LSOD, and the four piece did their best. Drawing heavily from their to-be-lauded LP Renihilation, the band were tight, focused, and muscular. I have seen Liturgy many a time, and it seems that this relatively young band is experienced beyond their years and keep getting better. During their second to last song, guitarist/vocalist Hunter broke a string and instead of having the audience wait until he replaced that string, said “that’s it, sorry guys”. A few in the audience started to trickle out, but screams of “one more” eventually led the band to make a deal: if they could wait until the string was changed and the band would play on. The audience did, and Liturgy did. Sounds like a fair trade to me.”
-Black Bubblegum, Brooklyn Vegan

“Anyone has accustomed the music of Renihilation mp3. It can be heard everywhere – at home, in public transport, while working. Song, completely as love dominates lifetime. It’s true that Renihilation develops miracles. Adults people who almost had never cried, could be touched deeply while listening to classical music or in a temple after the performance of cathedral music. The right song can start a revolution in one’s way of life. Is Renihilation download mp3 great or bad? It’s not a secret that such style of music in a heavy music as “heavy metal” acts oppressive on a listener: such type of music turns a quiet listener into a outraged mood. On the contrary, fascinating melodies of violoncello or harp make one to forget about everything and completely dig into calming world of music. The affection of the mp3-album Renihilation on a human is considerable in many ways of our being. As an example, while serving in the armed forces. It’s obvious music can keep up highly energetic and patriotic mood and favors to a friendly work in a team. Cheerful music adds charm to life in quarter. Before planning a long march a track list compilation program must be made which includes cheerful music so the most of privates would be glad to singing.” -MP3Crocodile.com

The Cerebral Metalhead Review

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“Are we at the point of acknowledging the genre “hipster black metal”? It seems the American take on BM has been maligned with the dreaded “hipster” put-down. Krallice, Xasthur, Nachtmystium, and Wolves in the Throne room receive derision from the black metaler-than-thou. Does mass acceptance (relatively speaking) of an underground band negate its validity?

“The worst thing any music fan can do is let semantics and internet shit talk get in the way of a great record. Brooklyn’s Liturgy receives praise from the indie rock sect and scorn from some metal quarters. Nevertheless, their debut is a potent and sometimes imaginative interpretation of classic black metal.

“Any band attempting the speed of Transilvanian Hunger had better have a drummer who can blast, and Greg Fox delivers. He operates at superhuman velocities, as if a TR-909 were wired to his heart. His snare and kick patterns are nearly indistinguishable but unbelievably precise. Meanwhile guitarists Hunter Hunt-Hendrix and Bernard Gann incorporate swelling octaves and ringing arpeggios. At their finest, the guitars harmonize into a shimmering wall of dark beauty, as on the title track and “Beyond the Magic Forest.”

“Liturgy adds considerable depth with stop/starts throughout the songs, and intermissions to break up the blitzes. The band’s daring isn’t flawless. A few choral chants come off like cheap Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan knock-offs. The untitled seventh track is a truncated though compelling guitar piece. Had Liturgy developed these experiments into songs, they’d have served a stronger purpose. Despite these missteps, this is a formidable record from a promising band. –Casey Boland



Liturgy’s “Renihilation” to be released on 20 Buck Spin
June 6, 2009, 4:49 pm
Filed under: liturgy

It’s official.

Link to brooklynvegan article here.



Bright Tha’ Day
March 20, 2009, 7:37 pm
Filed under: Infinite Friends, INFL, liturgy

Goodmorning, I type, at 3:25 pm. Just got home from eating at the ill mexican diner on grand street, with amigos Nolen, Bruce, and Denny from Double Dagger, and Kyle Mabson, soundman extraordinaire and master of slap bass. An fantastic previous evening at the Market Hotel included Javelin, Double Dagger, and other close Baltimore buds Future Islands. Also, Liturgy played a set to a crowd bigger than we’ve ever experienced, and people moshed. To top it all off, Retrospect and I ended the night with some GDFX jams.


I also found this article on BushwickBK.com about Hunter, who is the man with the brains behind Liturgy. You can read it here.

Tour begins in… very soon.



scrap collector
December 7, 2008, 5:57 pm
Filed under: family of love, GDFX, INFL, liturgy, teeth mountain

new game soundtrack – SCRAP COLLECTOR BY MESSHOF:

and also… i need to move in somewhere because its mad hard to be organized when you live on your friends’ couch. gdfx tour with fancie and alas alak alaska was so fucking great i’ve never been so in awe and in love at the same time. running infinite limbs is taking a back seat. teeth mountain is not getting my attention as much as i would like to be able to clone myself and do multiple things at once. my job is super chill. family of love and liturgy need attention. so it goes so it goes so it goes.



YEAH YAO
December 4, 2008, 6:21 pm
Filed under: 2012, family of love, GDFX, INFL, liturgy, teeth mountain

just got home from a sick little tour with Alas Alak Alaska and Fancie, both from Sacramento, both featuring four beautiful and insanely talented ladies. I felt like I was in fantasyland. But alas (alak alaska), i’m now back at work at mikey’s hookup. So it goes. One of these days I’ll fully devote myself to music and “living the dream”, but right now i gotta make some money.

anyway, here’s the upcoming infinitelimbs stuff:

Dec 5 2008 8:00P
@ DEATH BY AUDIO: Aa, Liturgy, Effing, Magnet City Kids, + more BK, New York
Dec 12 2008 7:00P
NY EYE AND EAR MUSIC FAIR @ VANISHING POINT bk, New York
Dec 12 2008 8:00P
@ THE MARKET HOTEL: MOUTHUS, AXOLOTL, THURSTON MOORE, FAMILY OF LOVE, & TEETH MOUNTAIN broadway and myrtle, New York
Dec 13 2008 1:00P
NEW YORK EYE AND EAR RECORD FAIR @ VANISHING POINT bruklyn, New York
Dec 13 2008 8:00P
@ THE OPERA HOUSE: THE WHITEHAUS FAMILY + MORE TBA bushwick, New York
Dec 19 2008 8:00P
@ THE MARKET HOTEL: LITURGY, EXTRA LIFE, EFFING, + MORE brooklyn WHAT, New York
Jan 23 2009 8:00P
@ CAKESHOP: MIDNITE TILL DEATH, with FAMILY OF LOVE and more NYC LES, New York
Jan 24 2009 8:00P
@ THE MARKET HOTEL: GDFX, SCOTTY B, & DRE SKULL broadway and myrtle
Mar 15 2009 8:00P
@ Market Hotel: Capillary Action, Cop City / Chill Pillars + more tba bushwick, New York

yeah yao.