Canadian power duo Indian Handcrafts have toured non-stop since the release of 2012’s Civil Disobedience For Losers, bringing their discordant blend of metal, punk, and hard rock to ever-growing audiences. Recently, however, they took time away from obliterating ear canals to write and record their first new song in over two years, “Swamp Child”.
Though it seemed like the band couldn’t possibly get any louder or more dissonant, they manage to smash the knobs on their amp as they stir up a sonic super-storm that delivers in both prog-esque intricacy and general metal sludge.
Listen in below:
“Swamp Child” is part of split 7-inch with the Dirty Sheets, available today via Scion A/V. Listen to Dirty Sheets’ “One For You” here.