‘Shame’ is an impressive album, it shows the Uniform at their strongest. Their blend of noiserock and industrial metal is refined and shifts between an epic feeling and dirty industrial filled with bleak heaviness. The tracks are strong and perfectly transfer the feeling of dread that is so strong in their music. A truly amazing album that has catchy tracks as well as destructive punk and choas. Tune in to hear ‘Shame’ the new album by Uniform that is out now.
Uniform returns with a new album called ‘Shame’ that will be released September 11. The band released their previous album ‘The Long Walk’ in 2018 but gave me so much pleasure with their bleak destructive collab albums with The Body. Both the albums ‘Mental Wounds Not Healing’ and ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’ where such incredibly amazing and dark albums.
Now this is a reminder that you should check them out and tthe new third track ‘Shame’. This is Uniform at its best and this sounds really promising. Check them out and pre-order now.
Again great news now from the underworld. Uniform returns with a new album called ‘Shame’ that will be released September 11. The band released their previous album ‘The Long Walk’ in 2018 but gave me so much pleasure with their bleak destructive collab albums with The Body. Both the albums ‘Mental Wounds Not Healing’ and ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’ where such incredibly amazing and dark albums. Now we heave two new tracks from ‘Shame’ that are up for a listen called ‘Delco’ and ‘Dispatches from the Gutter’ and for me it seems the New York trio has been born anew. Their sound on these tracks is wy better, it sounds if the producing is better and cleaner but they still keep their industrial heaviness. The atmospheric riff on ‘Delco’ blends so perfect with the industrial darkness. This sounds like a new Uniform and it sounds absolutely awesome. I need this.
Situated in Brixton, The Windmill is one of the most important buildings in the United Kingdom right now. The flat-roofed pub has become a melting-pot of new music, and has become the heart of the flourishing U.K music scene.
Fat White Family, Goat Girl, Shame, Black Country, New Road, HMLTD, etc, etc, The Windmill has become as synonymous as any label out there with bands emerging from inside its beautifully painted walls – and the bands themselves have become synonymous for being ‘Windmill bands’. What that means though is that from day dot, Windmill curator Tim Perry has championed these acts, bringing them back time after time when possible, and when other promoters may not book them, and many of these acts have in turn have continued to fiercely support and fight for their spiritual home. A ‘Windmill band’ is more than a media tagline – it’s an identity, a badge of honour that any act should rightfully be proud to wear.
It’s hard to put into words the spirit of The Windmill, but the recent release of Will Hodgkinson’s excellent ‘Roof Dog: A Short Story Of The Windmill’ available on Rough Trade Books, brilliantly captures the essence of the wonderful venue and is well worth a read in this period of quarantine.
Like all venues though in these uncertain times, The Windmill – a national landmark, an absolute must-visit should you ever find yourself holidaying in London, is sadly currently facing the impending threat of its doors being shut for good due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
Due to the period of uncertainty, The Windmill have released an incredible ‘Live At The Windmill’ compilation with an incredible, eclectic array of some of the most exciting acts around at the moment.
Black midi, Black Country, New Road (as well as black midi, New Road where both bands come together), Shame, Goat Girl, Meatraffle, Rosie Alena, Fontaines D.C, PVA and more join the compilation that’s only £5.00 and where all proceeds go towards keeping the venues’ doors open as well as Brixton Soup Kitchen.
Get involved if you can, and help both this iconic institution stay open as well as Brixton Soup Kitchen, whilst also treating yourself to one of the best live compilations you’re likely to hear for a while.