Post-Trash is beyond thrilled to present Post-Trash: Volume Three, the latest in our yearly charitable promo compilation series. The idea on our end is simple: spread good music throughout the world and do some good in the process.
It holds both a singular vision and an array of contradictions, which build to create a sprawling record that is easily the band’s most polished. I’m not sure if there’s a way to classify Dead and Loving It within any narrative-- as either nihilistic or hopeful, as triumphant or a downer -- a complication which ultimately gives weight and grace to the band’s first full-length in four years.
Bad History Month rewards patience, in just about every sense of the word. It's been three years since Sean Bean released new music and four years since his last full-length with Fat History Month, but for those who have been patiently waiting, the end of that recorded silence has finally arrived in the paralyzing existentialism of Dead And Loving It: An Introductory Exploration of Pessimysticism.