Gob Stream Apt. 13

2014-08-21 by Atari CONTRIBUTOR | 21 Comments
Canadian pop-punk group, Gob, have released an exclusive stream for their new album "Apt. 13." It is the band's first album to be released since 2007 and is set to be released on August 26th through New Damage Records.

The album can be streamed through the below link.

http://newnoisemagazine.com/exclusive-album-stream-gob-apt-13/

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SnakeDelilah
August 21st 2014
10719 Comments


damn



will listen

Digging: Laura Stevenson - Sit Resist

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
August 21st 2014
20434 Comments


sounds pretty damn good, especially considering their 7 year absence

Digging: Downfall of Nur - Umbras de Barbagia

Crawl
August 21st 2014
1702 Comments


I thought Muertos Vivos was a great step forward and generally a solid album. Gonna give this a listen tomorrow.

Hep Kat
August 21st 2014
16898 Comments


sucks

and i jammed "oh ellin!" a week ago

Digging: The Skinnies - Kill The Beat

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
August 21st 2014
20434 Comments


^ 'Cold' sounds like it could have been on foot in mouth disease tbh.

(not surprised you don't dig this though)

ShadowRemains
August 21st 2014
22094 Comments


OH! ELLIN

WHAT CAN I DO?

THERE IS NOTHIIIINNNG ASIDE FROM YOOOUUUUUUUU

dimsim3478
August 21st 2014
6027 Comments


i really liked Muertos Vivos; can't wait to hear it

Digging: Nai Harvest - Hairball

Crawl
August 21st 2014
1702 Comments


on the first listen, this is weaker than Muertos Vivos. the title track and New York are highlights

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
August 21st 2014
20434 Comments


I actually haven't even heard Muertos Vivos yet, i'll check it out

DatBeefPudding
August 21st 2014
1395 Comments


you should, it's actually a really good album.

DatBeefPudding
August 21st 2014
1395 Comments


not a fan of this to be honest, a lot weaker than Muertos Vivos. only song i dont mind is Walking Alone

ProjectFreak
August 21st 2014
1539 Comments


have not heard this band since Give Up the Grudge was on some EA Sports game

tempest--
August 21st 2014
15631 Comments


omg new George Michael and new Gob in the same year!!

Satellite
August 21st 2014
20826 Comments


I'm an ideas man, Michael. I think I proved that with Fuck Mountain!

TYLENOL
August 21st 2014
36 Comments


Holy Nostalgia! This band hit me right in the childhood!

botb
August 21st 2014
9983 Comments


damn this band still exists?

Digging: Venomspitter - Venomspitter

DatBeefPudding
August 22nd 2014
1395 Comments


I've Been Up These Steps is their greatest song, EVER

sncold
August 22nd 2014
45 Comments


was hoping for an Arrested Development tie-in album

was disappointed

Crawl
August 22nd 2014
1702 Comments


new york is actually a damn good song

Spec
August 22nd 2014
27989 Comments


First listen was pretty underwhelming.

bloc
August 22nd 2014
35298 Comments


Foot and Mouth Disease is one of my all time favourite albums, gotta hear this for sure



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