Photos by Jordan Vance
New York’s doom/fuzz/punk band Satan’s Satyrs are gearing up to release their new 7″ single »Quick Quiet Raid« on November 10th, 2023 via Specimen Records / Tee Pee Records.
Courtesy of Sheltered Life PR:
After years in the void, heavy rock devotees Satan’s Satyrs are back to deliver a lumbering, glam doom Frankenstein of a tune with 7″ single »Quick Quiet Raid«, the band’s first stab at new music since 2018’s »The Lucky Ones«.
Having harboured a cult following for over ten years and four indispensable albums prior to their split – Electric Wizard’s Jus Oborn once described them as, “Violent, filthy, ugly and loud like it should be” – the band is thrilled to announce that they’ve signed to legendary New York label, Tee Pee Records.
“It’s a great fit for us because they can appreciate our odd-band-out legacy,” explains bassist, Clayton Burgess. “Tee Pee Records has a long history of cultivating a heavy freak rock underground and we feel right at home in that universe.”
Soaking Sabbath, Venom, The Stooges, and Blue Cheer in acid and acrimony, the quartet’s love of exploitation movies and horror culture have always permeated their music, and none more so than on their latest paean to primitive rock. Replete with howling vocals and a freak-fuzz guitar meltdown, this is volcanism at its finest and signals a return to form for Dungeon Rock’s wayward sons.
“Even during the band’s recess, I never stopped writing,” Burgess continues. “We were always the riffy band on punk bills, the fast band on doom bills, the glam-tinged band on metal bills, with each album sounding different from the last. As new material slowly amassed and the right players fell into place, the potential couldn’t be ignored. The band could be a vital force again.”
The band also take to the road this month for a string of live dates, all of which you’ll find below. Listen and pre-order their 7” single here ahead of its release via Specimen Records / Tee Pee Records on 10th November 2023.
14/11 – Local 506 – Chapel Hill, NC
15/11 – The Warehouse – Richmond, VA
16/11 – The Runaway – Washington, DC
13/12 – Knitting Factory – Baker Falls, NY
“Satan’s Satyrs play some of the most visceral and demented rock & roll around – full-frontal lo-fi lunacy.” — The Quietus
“The virulent strain of disgustingly fuzzed-up turbo-punk favoured by Satan’s Satyrs remains as thrilling as it was the first time Blue Cheer plugged into their amps.” — Metal Hammer