PREMIERE: Cemetery Flowers weave an intense tapestry on their self-titled debut - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
Cemetery Flowers | photo courtesy of the artist

Philadelphia noiserockers Cemetery Flowers are releasing their debut EP this week through Glowing Dagger, the Oakland tape label run by Megan Biscieglia of Bad Braids and Dustin Khebzou.

Made up of multi-instrumentalists Andrew North and Pat Friel, the record is an intense tapestry of roaring guitars and cold, nervy electronic beats, with North and Friel howling nihilistically. The record is a gripping listen, all the way through the 15-minute closer “vi,” which hammers away in brutal riff repetition but is pretty impossible to turn away from.

Listen to our premiere of the EP below, and see Cemetery Flowers live at the Golden Pyramid in West Philadelphia on Friday, March 10th; more information can be found here, via Facebook. They also play The Fire on March 17th; more information can be found here. Cassette pre-orders are available from Glowing Dagger here.

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