Polyvinyl To Release New 10-Song XBXRX 7″, O

For all you noise-lovers out there, art-punk band XBXRX will be unleashing their new 10-song seven-inch through Polyvinyl records on September 28th. The record will be a limited edition pressing of only 500, but don’t worry because they’re also offering it digitally as well (with a digital booklet too). For a taste of what to expect from the new record, click here for a free download of I Can See.

More information via. Polyvinyl:

O is a 10-song 7”.  Yes, that’s right – 10 songs!  O is a return to form for the band harkening back to their Sixth in Sixes era. Accompanying the single will be a Lawrence Cline directed mini-movie for the whole single. XBXRX’s range of supporters run the gamut of Henry RollinsIan MacKayeSonic YouthPeachesMates of State, and many more.

Maybe you’ve heard the term “artist’s artist.”  That’s XBXRX.  The core of the band is two brothers who have had as much as an impact on the SF/Oakland art/punk scene as the Kinsella brothers have had in the mid-West.

On top of the new 7″, XBXRX vocalist Vice Cooler has been hard at work curating a benefit LP to help orphans of Rwandan genocide. The LP, titled NFJM:030, will be limited to 450 copies and will feature the XBXRX track, “Into Red,” along with others from bands like Deerhoof, No Age, Dan Deacon, Xiu Xiu,and more. To find out more about the project, visit the Kickstarter page by clicking HERE.
XBXRX’s O Tracklisting
XBXRX O Tracklisting
  1. Decay I
  2. Life is Our Grave
  3. Opposed Reality
  4. I Can See
  5. Stop the Signs
  6. O
  7. Knowledge is Death
  8. Comfort
  9. Sand Dimes
  10. Decay II
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