Street Sects single and dates

2017-08-10 by Tristan Jones STAFF | 16 Comments
Post-industrial/noisecore duo Street Sects have announced a follow-up to 2016's End Position. Rat Jacket is due out October 6th on The Flenser. Check out the video for the new single, "Blacken the Other Eye":




Rat Jacket is expected to be less chaotic by comparison, veering more towards "blacklit post-punk."

Street Sects are slated for tour dates with industrial hip-hop vanguards Dälek in October:

October 2 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
October 3 Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse
October 4 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
October 5 New Orleans, LA @ Siberia
October 6 Dallas, TX @ Curtain Club
October 7 Houston, TX @ Walter’s
October 10 Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
October 11 Tempe, AZ @ The Underground
October 12 Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
October 13 Los Angeles, CA @ The Resident
October 14 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
October 15 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
October 17 Denver, CO @ Marquis
October 18 Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
October 19 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
October 20 Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Yacht Club
October 21 Cleveland, OH @ Locker Room at Mahall’s
October 23 Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck
October 24 Syracuse, NY @ Sparks Art Space
October 25 Boston, MA @ Once Ballroom
October 26 Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory

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UniqueUniverse
August 9th 2017
6603 Comments


I don't know, I guess I'm just too big of a fan of that wilderness from End Position. This just sort of seem a little dragging. Decent tune, but needs that punch of End Position.

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Toad
August 9th 2017
1254 Comments


nice title and art though

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nocuffin
August 9th 2017
1811 Comments


thank god they've stopped pretending to be a noise band
big step forward

TecumsehGargoyle
August 9th 2017
36 Comments


Nice and methodical

JohnnyOnTheSpot
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2017
6281 Comments


yeah this is what i want from them tbh. if they tried to make End Position pt. 2 I wouldn't have felt compelled to listen - this sounds like it could be what i wish more modern post-punk throwback bands wish they could do to bring that sound to the present day. maybe

clander270
August 9th 2017
377 Comments


i dig this a lot

VirtualBlaze
August 10th 2017
627 Comments


Hey, I'm also single, and I occasionally date!

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Malcontent
August 10th 2017
51 Comments


Doesn't have the same punch as some of their previous singles, but this is just dripping with menace, glad they're evolving their sound

Officially on that hype train

Colliiiin
August 10th 2017
683 Comments


Wow, was slightly worried about the more organic transition of this band but man. This is great. Just overflowing with emotions and sounds like a natural move from End Position. Stoked af for the new album now.

VirtualBlaze
August 10th 2017
627 Comments


If the whole album sounds like this, I don't think I'll be enjoying the new album as much as I did with End Position. My two main gripes with this song are the sequenced drums, which don't seem to fit in with the rest of the song. And the clean vocals (until the end, when everything gets 10x better) are perhaps too clean to fit in as well.

geofftatortott
August 10th 2017
79 Comments


Gr8 album art - Geoff Tate

Jamdbz
August 10th 2017
121 Comments


Really diggin this. Gonna hafta catch em when they come to Brooklyn

owen
August 10th 2017
4897 Comments


did they get the shadows right with this cover?

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Flugmorph
August 10th 2017
17221 Comments


sounds a little like gizzard & the lizzard wizzard at the end there
i dig it

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Taxt
August 10th 2017
1034 Comments


I checked out End Position and it didn't click for me, but I'm digging this song. Maybe I'll have to give End Position another try.

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Hanusko
August 11th 2017
80 Comments


I really miss those prominent power electronics from ''End Position''. Tho this more ''post Punk'' oriented side goes well with the band, so we'll see...so far enjoying this, just miss the noise

The end is pretty great



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