Grunge/Metal five piece PseudoNympho gear up to release their debut album ‘Eponym’ and accompanying single ‘Accident of Birth’ through the band’s own label Bunnysnot Records.
Taking inspiration from a range of music, anything from Mastodon to Neil Young, ‘Accident of Birth’ is the first single from their debut album ‘Eponym’. ‘Eponym’ will be comprised of thirteen full length tracks-five of which were composed by each member individually-and will be accompanied by a short book written by bassist and vocalist, Rio and guitarist, Sam. ‘Accident of Birth’ is the first single from the upcoming album; a dialogue between someone who makes consumer goods and someone who buys them. Coming from vastly contrasting worlds the two try to interpret each other’s existence.
Writing of personal experiences as well as political narrative, ‘Eponym’ is almost indescribable. There are heavy riffs, face melting solos, deep vocals and deeper lyrics. Songs like ‘Sunshine and Lollipops’ and ‘Big Enough for Rehab’ are a metal fan’s dream, energetic drums and vocals and shredding guitar, all neatly divided with intricate interludes like ‘Zaphod Beeblebrox’s Morbid Prophecy’ and ‘Lunch’. As for ‘Accident of Birth’- after a gentle introduction you’re hurled into the oceans of musical talent that is PseudoNympho. With killer riffs, reminiscent of those of an early Alice in Chains or Pantera, accompanied by thumping beats and some classic metal vocals ‘Accident of Birth’ is a great taste of what’s still to come from PseudoNympho.
Listen to the album here: http://snd.sc/ZDZZEU
Watch the video for ‘Accident of Birth’ here: