Listening Post

Ho99o9’s new track is 124 seconds of soulful thrash punk

The New Jersey duo will release their debut album in May

For a couple of years Ho99o9‘s live reputation has proceeded them. Eaddy from the New Jersey duo (now based in LA) often performs just wearing his socks. They talked about all the hell they’ve raised in our cover story interview with them from 18 months ago.  Now, they’re about to release their debut album.

Recently announced, it’s called ‘United States of Horror’ and will be coming out via their Toys Have Powers label on 5 May.

After they put out the album’s title track, they’ve just shared a second song from it – the pretty wildly different ‘New Jersey Devil’. It’s a sweet country-folk song about lost love. Of course, it isn’t. It’s utterly brutal. Wait until you hear the rest of the album, in part, produced by TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek – it’s all over the fucking shop.

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