|1||Anchor To Ankles|
|8||Saturday Night Shakes|
|9||Fire To Emotion|
|10||Giving In, Given Out|
|11||Got It Bad|
|87420-2||Plague Vendor||Bloodsweat (CD, Album)||Epitaph||87420-2||US||2016|
|87420-1||Plague Vendor||Bloodsweat (LP, Album)||Epitaph||87420-1||US||2016|
|EPIT 7420-2a||Plague Vendor||Bloodsweat (CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Num, Promo)||Epitaph||EPIT 7420-2a||UK & Europe||2015|
|7420-1||Plague Vendor||Bloodsweat (LP, Red)||Epitaph||7420-1||Europe||2016|
|87420-1||Plague Vendor||Bloodsweat (LP, Red)||Epitaph||87420-1||US||2016|
BLOODSWEAT by Plague Vendor, released 25 March 2016 1. Anchor to Ankles 2. Jezebel 3. Ox Blood 4. Credentials 5. ISUA 6. Chopper 7. No Bounty 8. Saturday Night Shakes 9. Fire to Emotion 10. Giving In, Given Out 11. Got It Ba. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
This is something Plague Vendor has learned rged from a practice space in Whittier, CA in 2009, started by playing endless live shows around Southern California, filling everywhere from backyard parties to clubs to festivals with their raucous, formidable music. At the heart of every show, no matter the venue, was sincere energy and spirit, always resulting in a snarling, frenetic performance. But the album, brash and aptly terse, was just an appetizer to the main course. The band’s sophomore effort, Bloodsweat, vastly expands on the sonic territory explored in their debut. Recorded over the course of two weeks in April of 2015 with producer and engineer Stuart Sikes (The Walkmen, Cat Power, Modest Mouse), the album takes a natural approach to Plague Vendor’s music.
Plague Vendor’s 2014 debut Free to Eat was just 18 minutes long, but their second album swaps quickie outbursts for more sustained agitation. Brandon Blaine also screams less here, in favor of a poised demeanor that evokes both Jon Spencer and Lux Interior. By the end, Plague Vendor feel less like punk upstarts than dark-hearted all-American rockers, recounting wild Saturday nights and slamming Uncle Sam. BLOODSWEAT Plague Vendor.
This album has an average beat per minute of 147 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/206 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Bloodsweat. BPM Profile Bloodsweat. Album starts at 139BPM, ends at 206BPM (+67), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Plague Vendor.
Complete your Plague Vendor collection. Bloodsweat (CDr, Album, Copy Prot. Bloodsweat (CD, Album).
Plague Vendor's new album BLOODSWEAT is the band's most powerful and menacing work, and a record that cements the band as the purveyors of dark post-punk in the current scene.