Fake Limbs are a four piece rock band from the northwest side of Chicago, Illinois. Since 2011 the band has been bro-trolling various parts of North America with their brand of "social justice street rock." Muscular riffs, a dense and reliable rhythm section, actual guitar solos, and a damaged holler into the void of present day monstrosities, in a vain and feeble attempt to right the wrongs that society has levied against the world. For their third album, "Matronly," Fake Limbs returned to Electrical Audio with the crew that set the table for their previous album, "The Power Of Patrician Upbringing." What you have here is a gradual progression from the bands previous work--trip wires of bombastic rhythms, blown out echoey shouts of love and the occasional misgivings, and blinding, but precise guitar destruction. It's time to get up, it's time to love again, it's time for Fake Limbs.
We've been a band for a number of years now. Changing, growing, just how things should be.
Noise rock for noise heads, Den offers shrill electronic abrasion, yet trades the formless distortion pedal army for structured heft, lifeless landscapes, Black Sabbath, and Jupiter. Nuclear winter jams for seedy space dives.
Ribbonhead is a three piece from Chicago settled somewhere in the neighborhood of hardcore/post-hardcore/punk/post-punk. All explosive intensity, spit and sweat flying.