Thursday, August 24, 2017

PANICKER + Ghettoblaster Magazine

“Get ready for one of the weirdest and scariest dance parties of your life.”
-Ghettoblaster Magazine

Watch the video for “Parties,” via Ghettoblaster Magazine, here.

Beginning with a music career in San Diego which included titles of distinction such as cross-dressing dancer for Optiganally Yours, drums for Thingy, Followers, and Goblin Cock, bass for Alpha Males and, simply, “everything” in Schlag-Schlag, Brent Asbury has experience in most musical areas and genres. Since his time in California, he took up producing and engineering at his current studio in Portland, OR-- anything over the years from The Locust to Michael Bolton. Of course, then, it might be hard to imagine what his own dissonant brainchild might sound like today. The answer is, surely, none of the above-- or at least, unlike any one conventional category. Asbury describes PANICKER as “blending aspects of EBM, industrial, techno and hip hop with the emotion of punk, hardcore, metal, experimental, and horror movie scores.”

This video is a single off of PANICKER’s debut self-titled LP, which is available digitally and on vinyl via Three One G Records. Each record is a unique color variant and each jacket custom screen printed with paper and ink variations. Order here.

Video directed by Eric Livingston, who is also responsible for all of Dead Cross’ new album artwork.

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