P.O.S. album release date

2012-08-15 by darkbunny | 31 Comments
P.O.S. has announced October 23rd as the release date for his new album 'We Don't Even Live Here.' A live version of the first song on the album, "Bumper," can be heard on Pitchfork.

http://www.pitchfork.com/news/47507-pos-enlists-bon-ivers-justin-vernon-for-new-album-we-dont-even-live-here/

Tagged: P.O.S

Comments:Add a Comment 
GhettoHmbrglr
August 15th 2012
944 Comments


sweet

JizzInMyPants
August 15th 2012
2779 Comments


Can't Wait, last album is the boss

snerefedsav
August 15th 2012
943 Comments


my doomtree newsletter said that:

"...on WDELH P.O.S. steps away from his noisy past in favor of futuristic beats fit for a Berlin nightclub. Though his hip-hop foundation is firm on tracks like the fiery 'Fuck Your Stuff' and the funky 'Wanted/Wasted,' the album brings banging new sounds from dance-oriented collaborators like German DJs Boyz Noise & Housemeister, Gayngs’ Ryan Olson, and Innerpartysystem’s Patric Russel."

which has me a little bit concerned, but since it's p.o.s i'll try not to sweat it too much

Inveigh
August 15th 2012
26185 Comments


^my thoughts exactly

Tyrael
August 15th 2012
21008 Comments


hip-hop album of the year, hopefully

Sanders
August 15th 2012
2409 Comments


my thoughts exactly [2]

Never Better was sweet, I hope he doesn't deviate too much from it, although from that newsletter quote I'm going to be disappointed

Jade
Emeritus
August 15th 2012
10694 Comments


Haha, was just wondering about this album an hour ago.

Sanders
August 15th 2012
2409 Comments


Saying that, enjoyed that video on pitchfork, If that's as far as he goes from his sound on Never Better I'll be happy

Fort23
August 15th 2012
2968 Comments


Yes!!!!!'

bloc
August 15th 2012
41078 Comments


Could never quite get into this guy. I'll check this out though.

snerefedsav
August 15th 2012
943 Comments


i love when he flashes his hardcore roots in his songs, which is why i'm a little worried about him doing dancey-sounding shit. some of the tracks on the doomtree albums were kind of dance-oriented, and they were good, but there's a reason why there are doomtree albums and p.o.s albums.

i'm always reminded of when common made universal mind control and how i like to pretend that that album just doesn't exist.

LifeAsAChipmunk
August 15th 2012
4854 Comments


Hell yes. P.O.S. rules.

Emim
August 15th 2012
27391 Comments


...on WDELH P.O.S. steps away from his noisy past in favor of futuristic beats fit for a Berlin nightclub.



grrrrr

paxman
August 15th 2012
4084 Comments


Yes marking POS on my calender! Hopefully I'll remember what I meant!

MasBarHigeuoris21
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Never heard of this band, but I can't help but see P.O.S as standing for of piece of shit.

jmh886
August 15th 2012
1724 Comments


this will rule

darkbunny
August 15th 2012
142 Comments


It's a hip hop artist, it's one guy. He just has musicians playing with him in the video. And yes, piece of shit is one of the many different meanings he has for the name.

Inveigh
August 15th 2012
26185 Comments


it's the product of society, piece of shit cause you lied to me, promise of stress? yes, i kind of feel like something died in me

also pissed off steph

JAV
August 15th 2012
2647 Comments


Always good news


Emim
August 15th 2012
27391 Comments


it's the product of society, piece of shit cause you lied to me, promise of stress? yes, i kind of feel like something died in me [2]

chupacabraisreal
August 15th 2012
217 Comments


Comes out the same day as the new Titus Andronicus album.

Digging: Sylvan Esso - What Now

rokknroll4
August 15th 2012
165 Comments


That quote had me worried but... Song rules. POS rules. Album will most likely rule.

Maniac!
August 15th 2012
27954 Comments


the new song kicks ass. not worried at all

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
August 15th 2012
15536 Comments


I'm gonna reserve judgement for now.

Digging: Buddy and Kaytranada - Ocean & Montana

chaseguitar
August 15th 2012
752 Comments


Bumper is so fucking good oh my god.

ABlandLife
August 15th 2012
141 Comments


will be good regardless of 'new beats'

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 15th 2012
32190 Comments


on WDELH P.O.S. steps away from his noisy past in favor of futuristic beats fit for a Berlin nightclub.


Tasty

Though his hip-hop foundation is firm on tracks like the fiery 'Fuck Your Stuff' and the funky 'Wanted/Wasted,' the album brings banging new sounds from dance-oriented collaborators like German DJs Boyz Noise & Housemeister, Gayngs’ Ryan Olson, and Innerpartysystem’s Patric Russel."


Not tasty at all

Inveigh
August 15th 2012
26185 Comments


yeah the new song is pretty incredible

chaseguitar
August 15th 2012
752 Comments


silentpotato needs to listen to P.O.S. more

jmh886
August 16th 2012
1724 Comments


that was different. but i've kind of come to expect that from P.O.S.

tadowmusic
August 16th 2012
27 Comments


like what I hear in the video..dude always puts out solid albums



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





MOST VIEWED NEWS

R.I.P. David Bowie
R.I.P. Lemmy
The Story So Far's vocalist dropk..
Brand new Brand New Single
Scott Weiland dead at 48
Killswitch Engage debut new single
Deftones stream new single
The Fall of Troy bassist melts do..
Rush drummer retires
Riverside guitarist dies



OTHER RECENT NEWS

New Silverstein song/album
Dead by April reunite
New Of Mice & Men release
Ariana Grande concert explosion
New Arcane Roots Single/Album
New Rise Against song
Two new Neck Deep songs
Blood Stain Child's Evolution
Burial drops new EP
Sworn In launch music video
Plan B resurfaces - new single
New Amplifier album details
First Fastball LP in 8 years
Trvth releases new album
Another New Hundredth Song

» see all news

RELATED REVIEWS
P.O.S
Chill, Dummy
P.O.S
WDELH/MDS/RMX
P.O.S
We Don't Even Live Here
P.O.S
Never Better
P.O.S
Audition
FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2017 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy