Monday, 16 June 2014
Undoubtedly, 3Teeth has squashed any notion that the notoriously heavy and angry industrial sound was going to go wimpering off into the musical neverland. The band's self-titled debut album has hit the soundscapes like a ton of bricks. Heavy beats, angry vocals and venomous lyrics all intertwine into a perfect mesh of sounds that reshape the definition of industrial music today.
Almost one year after hearing 3 Teeth for the first time we knew they were something special with the debut of the project and the release of their tracks "Pearls to Swine" and "Master Of Decay" and then "Nil" it left me with a feeling that not much else that was happening at that time unfortunately could compare to what I had just heard. It was like a waiting game for something really massive that was about to happen and had been quietly festering in the underbelly of a pretty much completely underground music scene. Well I guess 3 Teeth has been able to make a large part of that dream a reality. Their album made it to the top electronic releases on both Bandcamp and iTunes and also scoring a deal with HMV record stores to distribute their album. To say that this so far has been one of the biggest and most important releases of 2014 is actually an understatement because it actually the beginning of a musical revolution.