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Album Review

Consummate art punks, Young Widows combine the creepy intensity of the Birthday Party, the conceptual brutality of early Swans, and the avant discord of early-'90s "scum rock" (the Jesus Lizard et al.) with the try-anything approach of Black Dice and Liars. Their second album, Old Wounds, explodes with overloaded basslines, assaultive vocals, and beyond-distorted guitars, but there's an underlying sense of control here (more obvious on some tracks than on others) that makes the crucial difference between static and statement.


Formed: 2006 in Louisville, KY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though singer Steve Sindoni amicably parted ways with Louisville, Kentucky's Breather Resist in December 2005, the remaining members -- guitarist Evan Patterson (formerly of Black Cross, the National Acrobat, and various other Louisville bands), bassist Nick Thieneman, and drummer Geoff Paton -- weren't ready yet to throw in the towel. They pressed on and chose not to replace Sindoni, with Patterson picking up the main vocal duties. The trio entered the studio the following April with intentions...
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