Weekend Nachos Stream Still

2013-11-04 by deathofasalesman | 36 Comments
Hardcore/powerviolence band and fast food aficionados Weekend Nachos are streaming their brand new LP, Still, over on Decibel Magazine's website. The album is set to be released on November 8th on CD, LP and cassette.

Stream the album here:
http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/streaming-weekend-nachos-still

Order the CD here:
http://www.relapse.com/weekend-nachos-still-cd.html

Order the LP here:
http://www.deepsixrecords.com/preorders.htm

The cassettes are sold out but a second pressing is due in a couple months through Glory Kid, Deathwish and Third Eye Grind.

Tagged: Weekend Nachos

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Relinquished
November 4th 2013
28796 Comments


idk got bored of it

SeaAnemone
November 4th 2013
21281 Comments


andcas likes it
relinquished doesn't
Decibel magazine
outlook: not good

silentstar
November 4th 2013
2344 Comments


is there a song with fall out boy

Relinquished
November 4th 2013
28796 Comments


like it's good but not really feeling it

their direction keeps getting bad imo

italianStallion
November 4th 2013
169 Comments


they should just record pure static and put blast beats over it

italianStallion
November 4th 2013
169 Comments


p.s. album blows

deathofasalesman
November 4th 2013
5882 Comments


Haven't even listened to the stream yet. Waiting for my CD to come in the mail.

JasonCarne
November 4th 2013
567 Comments


This just in - massively overrated band has people finally wising up to them being nothing more than average.

Relinquished
November 4th 2013
28796 Comments


lol they're still more real than most bands

this would be way better live for sure

deathofasalesman
November 4th 2013
5882 Comments


Why do people keep calling these guys overrated? I thought it was just me who overrates them?

eternium
November 4th 2013
16352 Comments


I think it's awesome.

Relinquished
November 4th 2013
28796 Comments


no that's not gonna happen

EyesWideShut
November 4th 2013
3384 Comments


Its a cool album. Much better than that MLIW ZzZz album

someguest
November 4th 2013
23569 Comments


lol cassette

still the dumbest trendy thing ever

Digging: Refused - Freedom

italianStallion
November 5th 2013
169 Comments


surprised the cassettes don't come with a fanny pack and lens-less black glasses

someguest
November 5th 2013
23569 Comments


I heard they come with a twin set of butt plugs

Gwyn.
November 5th 2013
15618 Comments


"they should just record pure static and put blast beats over it "

would prolly be better than this

Wizard
November 5th 2013
19874 Comments


their direction keeps getting bad imo

I wouldn't say bad, I would say "ya know it's less crusty and running-into-the-ground cuz Andcas is all over it".

Owantjaaaa
November 5th 2013
3565 Comments


defeater is stoked that sputnik found a new hardcore band to turn on

Don't forget the new black flag record is released today

Digging: Mutoid Man - Bleeder

Wizard
November 5th 2013
19874 Comments


lol cassette

still the dumbest trendy thing ever


surprised the cassettes don't come with a fanny pack and lens-less black glasses

I heard they come with a twin set of butt plugs

too bad I threw out my walkman ions ago

I bet you guys have terabytes full of great sounding Mp3's.



clander270
November 5th 2013
220 Comments


Sounds pretty awesome to me. Better go kill myself for having a different opinion before anybody lashes out!

MosesMalone
November 5th 2013
1836 Comments


Woah when did everyone start hating on weekend nachos?

Owantjaaaa
November 5th 2013
3565 Comments


the sampler sounded great

captaincrunch11
November 5th 2013
1259 Comments


FINALLY

Spluger
November 5th 2013
1194 Comments


Surprised by all the people shit talking this

wanderlust
November 5th 2013
307 Comments


Album is decent actually, at least better than their last one imo.

loveisamixtape
November 5th 2013
6722 Comments


this is ok so far

demigod!
November 5th 2013
47045 Comments


never really got the love for this band but ive never been a big pv fan. ill check this out though

loveisamixtape
November 5th 2013
6722 Comments


songs are kinda hard to distinguish from each other but there are cool parts

solid 3.2

Hep Kat
November 5th 2013
17726 Comments


another great weekend nachos record and another small step towards sputnik totally tarding out

Digging: Leon Bridges - Coming Home

loveisamixtape
November 5th 2013
6722 Comments


watch you suffer is dope

loveisamixtape
November 5th 2013
6722 Comments


broken mirror has my favorite riff i think

Owantjaaaa
November 5th 2013
3565 Comments


I dig the higher vocals

TomAkaVeto
November 5th 2013
1746 Comments


"too bad I threw out my walkman ions ago"

Don't you mean "eons ago?"

deathofasalesman
November 5th 2013
5882 Comments


Still haven't listened to this and I'm still waiting for my CD.

ShitsofRain
November 5th 2013
6620 Comments


will check this



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