Next month, Santa Cruz hardcore hellrippers Scowl will release their debut album How Flowers Grow, and we’ve already posted first single “Bloodhound.” Today, Scowl have shared another track, a 56-second punk attack called “Fuck Around.” On the track, Scowl frontwoman Kat Moss shares the mic with fellow Bay Area hardcore shit-starter Sammy Ciaramitaro, frontman of Drain and drummer of Gulch. Both of them screech hard, and I have a hard time telling who is who.
Pre-order Scowl's upcoming debut LP on limited orange vinyl. Santa Cruz hardcore band Scowl's anticipated debut LP How Flowers Grow is coming out soon via Flatspot Records and here's second single "Fuck Around," following the excellent lead single "Bloodhound." This one's a 56-second ripper that finds vocalist Kat Moss trading screams with Drain's Sammy Ciaramitaro, and the two sound absolutely ferocious together.
Earlier this week, Santa Cruz hardcore band Scowl announced their debut album How Flowers Grow and put out the killer lead single "Bloodhound," and now it's available to pre-order on awesome-looking orange vinyl, matching the album cover. Pick up a copy in our store. That's a mock-up of the limited variant above.
Santa Cruz hardcore band Scowl have been stirring up a ton of buzz in the hc scene lately, and now they've just announced their debut album, How Flowers Grow, due November 19 via Flatspot Records. The first single is "Bloodhound," a 94-second ripper that's ferocious but tuneful, and it comes with a music video that rails against judgement and bullying and finds the band performing in a library. More hardcore bands should play shows in libraries. Scowl says:
The Santa Cruz band Scowl is a key part of a resurgent Bay Area hardcore scene; earlier this summer, Scowl were one of the bands who played the massive Gulch/Drain/Sunami San Jose show. Scowl’s sound is fast and intense, a whole lot closer to punk than to metal. They’ve got a gift for writing about shitty day-to-day oppressions; “Retail Hell,” the opening track from their 2019 EP Reality After Reality…, is some real shit. Today, Scowl have announced plans to release their debut LP How Flowers Grow later this fall, and they’ve also dropped the album’s ripper of an opener.
Santa Cruz based hardcore band Scowl have announced that they will be releasing a new album. The album is called How Flowers Grow and will be out November 19 via Flatspot Records. The band have also released a video for their new song "Bloodhound". The video was directed by Malachi Greene. They will be touring Europe and the UK with Be Well and Devil In Me in 2022. Scowl released Reality After Reality... in 2018. Check out the video below.
Today, Santa Cruz-based hardcore punk band Scowl has released a pummeling new single and video "Bloodhound." The song will be featured on their upcoming LP How Flowers Grow, out November 19th on Flatspot Records. Clocking in at just over 90 seconds, "Bloodhound" is a breakneck exploration of punk sensibility with...