“Twitchy” and “groundbreaking,” LA-based noise rockers HEALTH bring their “moody violence over trap beats” to Rock and Roll Hotel on Sunday, April 28, in support of their new album, VOL4::Slaves of Fear.
About the album, released in February via Loma Vista, Drowned in Sound wrote, “Slaves of Fear is pretty much summed up by its title track: a pounding, rapid fire stomper in which searing sheets of white noise burn over heavily processed chugging EBM riffs, whilst all the while Jake Duzsik’s fragile voice skims over the chaos underneath, powered by a heavy gloss of shoegaze reverb. That’s a good thing, by the way.”
Watch the official music video for “Slaves of Fear” from HEALTH’s latest album of the same name on YouTube:
“HEALTH have achieved a powerful sense of dissonance and doubt. It’s a heavy record for heavy times,” said The Line of Best Fit, “but another intriguing example of what the trio can achieve, even when they’re burdened with the weight of the world on their shoulders.”