Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Algorithms Ate My Neighbours DeclareAbertooth Lincoln

Boundary-pushing progressive punk band Abertooth Lincoln‘s debut full-length album, Algorithms Ate My Neighbors, is now available, via Riot Records.

From the very first track, ‘Algorithms Ate My Neighbors’ the band’s distinctive and theatrical range, is showcased, with relentless aggression and intricate musicality. With thought-provoking and confrontational lyrics, the band tackles themes of social justice, political corruption, and the struggles of contemporary life. The album encapsulates the turbulent times of the past half-decade, providing a compelling and intense musical journey.
An aggressive prog-punk number that pushes the boundaries of what is possible within heavy music. Featuring mind-bending, mathy-time signatures and raw energy,

To celebrate the album’s release, Abertooth Lincoln has unveiled a film clip for their track ‘Gory Rhythm’, showcasing their signature blend of boldness and spacey hardcore sound. You can check it out here at RAMzine.

Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, the band has a heavy, weird, and complex sound that combines elements of progressive punk, hardcore, and glam metal. Led by the powerful and commanding vocals of front person Edith Coleslaw, aka Ashley Pooler, the band’s live performances are a sight to behold, with glittery space pants and 80s glam metal vibes amplifying their stage presence.

You can stream/buy Algorithms Ate My Neighbors here.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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  1. What themes and messages does the band address in their album, particularly in the track ‘Algorithms Ate My Neighbors’? How would you describe the overall musical style and atmosphere of the album?


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