Phantsma, the new album by Vincas, is out today on Learning Curve Records.
From Athens, Georgia, Vincas' vampiric post-punk rocks like The Birthday Party, by way of David Lynch. The band includes members of Maserati and Plaque Marks, and the new album was mixed and mastered by Kyle Spence of Harvey Milk.
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"Hailing from Athens, Georgia, deathrock act Vincas are invoking a special kind of Southern flair to their dreary punk-infused cemetery dirges. These haunted melodies and vampiric tunes are more Birthday Party than Bauhaus, and the Caveman and late Roland S. Howard might approve of these macabre whiskey-soaked anthems that stagger along with swamp-like guitars, growling bass, and frontman Chris McNeal’s wicked baritone croon."–Post-Punk.com
"Imagine if Nick Cave, Southern Death Cult and The Cramps had a 3-some... Primal post-punk classic."
"A uniquely Southern brand of post-punk/death-rock... Macabre and bludgeoning... Stark and fatalist lyrics with a menacing, on-the-edge fervor."
"Swampy and stompy... lustful and vampiric."
"Georgia post-punks Vincas unite H.P. Lovecraft and Nick Cave..."