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New full-length from Georgia band – their first since death of their drummer Jerry Fuchs. The album is scheduled for release on November 9 via Temporary Residence Ltd. and features guest appearance from Steve Moore (Zombi).
01 Who Can Find the Beast?
02 Pyramid of the Sun
03 We Got the System to Fight the System (MP3)
04 They’ll No More Suffer From Hunger
05 Ruins
06 They’ll No More Suffer From Thirst
07 Oaxaca
08 Bye M’Friend, Goodbye
“Pyramid Of The Moon” is a companion release to the album – it includes two tracks that are not going to appear on the album (title track + remix).

Never originally intended for release, “Pyramid of the Moon” was born as a scribbled idea in drummer Gerhardt Fuch’s journal while on tour, hatched in the studio as an extended jam captured while recording the forthcoming album, Pyramid of the Sun. The true story could not sound more fabled if we tried: Jeremy deVine of Temporary Residence was accidentally sent rough mixes by the recording engineer, followed by a panicked e-mail from the members of Maserati cautioning that they were rough sketches that should be ignored. Among those mixes was “Pyramid of the Moon,” which instantly became an office favorite. The band were convinced to complete it and release it, with mixing duties assigned to deVine and John Congleton (The Roots, Baroness). The result is 9 minutes of Big Beat-influenced psych-rock that paints a vivid mental picture of exhilarating car chases and death-defying spy stunts. In other words, it’s another brilliant Maserati banger. Not to be overshadowed, the b-side features a side-long remix by The Field, wherein the original track’s natural propulsion is carved into a meditative counterpoint disco epic that draws a straight line from Maserati to Steve Reich. Limited edition vinyl-only release. These tracks will not appear on the forthcoming Pyramid of the Sun album.

See more on Temporary Residence LTD website and / or listen to a title track.
Further Info: AbsolutePunk | Brooklyn Vegan | Creative Loafing Atlanta | Noisecreep | Pitchfork | Punknews.org

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