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Molar Wrench reviews

“Simply put–if you’re a free jazz fan that hasn’t heard Molar Wrench, you’re fucking up”
Heavy Blog Is Heavy

“ugly beautiful”
The Quietus

“With its intelligent abstraction this collaboration is the nearest to ‘Trout Mask Replica’ this generation is gonna get…Love it!”
Dayz Of Purple And Orange

“You may feel the need to stock up with antibiotics and painkillers before giving this unearthly evil crew a listen…”
A Jazz Noise

“Veel, veel heftiger en efficiënter dan de flauwe boel die dezer dagen ook al het ‘noiserock’-label opgekleefd krijgt”
Enola

“sounds like a medieval forge where the workers are doing frantic overtime”
Ears For Eyes

“This is a stunning, and sometimes sinister, collaboration which brings together the experimental blast of the UK’s Sly & The Family Drone and the beyond border free jazz of Dead Neanderthals”
Circuit Sweet

“these two crews lock together like the pieces of a dank Lego sculpture”
We Need No Swords

“a melange of clamorous, ultra-hyped parping horns, sonorous lowed drone and is dominated by truly frenzied, cacophonous bent. Circuits fizz and hum while the percussion thrashes and crashes arrhythmically, throwing the listener around with reckless abandon a rollercoaster of tempestuous sonic mania”
Aural Aggravation

“cataclysmic, cacophonic, and utterly, mind-bendingly brilliant”
One of the best albums of the first half of 2017 according to the The Quietus

Molar Wrench is OUT NOW on Hominid Sounds.
Buy the album on our Bandcamp.

Molar Wrench is OUT NOW!

Molar Wrench is the collaborative album of Sly & The Family Drone, Colin Webster and us. Psychedelic noise rock for the masses! And… damn, that cover art by Ian Watson is pretty!

Molar Wrench is available on gorgeous transparent blue vinyl and can be ordered through our own Bandcamp. You can also just swing by the Hominid Sounds Bandcamp to grab your copy.