Posted in metal | music on November 19, 2012

by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Bloodlust art

Very few records make an immediate impression like Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats's latest offering Blood Lust. The EP, which surfaced in 2011 on the self-released tip, has been given a proper reissue and is out now via Metal Blade. Stream it in full below. Rarely does a band seamlessly meld prog, garage, psychedelia and metal with such an excellent pop sensibility.

The identities of Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats remain mysterious, but what is known is that the band will drop a new LP via Metal Blade in the new year. Until then, enjoy a few videos and a stream of that excellent EP below. So far, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats dates are limited to the EU, including one at Roadburn 2013 as part of the Jus Osborn curated day.

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Uncle Acid and the deadbeats- Ritual Knife

I'll Cut You Down- Uncle Acid and the deadbeats

UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS - 2013 TOUR DATES
FRIDAY 19 APRIL 2013 ROADBURN Tilburg, NL
FRIDAY 22 MARCH 2013 The Garage London, UK
SATURDAY 23 MARCH 2013 The Garage London, UK
THURSDAY 30 MAY 2013 - SATURDAY 01 JUNE 2013 Vortex Musik Club Siegen, Germany

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Comments (8)

Love this band, good to see them getting some press

Posted by JT | November 19, 2012 2:04 PM

This band will be getting big soon...awesome sound.

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 2:32 PM

Why do you keep calling it an EP? It was their second LP, if I am not mistaken.

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 3:35 PM

My dog loves this band. But what can you expect? He's a fucking dog. He smells other dogs' assholes and eats his own puke. I think I just saw the connection ....

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 6:03 PM

My #1 of 2012.

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 6:43 PM

This came out last year. You cannot put it in your 2012 year end list. #toot

And yes, there are 9 tracks totaling almost 50 minutes. I feel that constitutes an LP.

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 6:48 PM

"Rarely does a band seamlessly meld prog, garage, psychedelia and metal with such an excellent pop sensibility."

Alice Cooper, Deep Purple, Nektar, Black Sabbath

the 70s produced a million bands who did just that.

Posted by Anonymous | November 19, 2012 9:06 PM

Why do vampires like blood anyways?

Posted by catering winnipeg | July 5, 2013 2:01 PM

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