THIS WILL DESTROY YOU released their New Others Part One and Two full-lengths last year via Dark Operative. Captured by John Congleton, the Grammy award-winning producer responsible for the sound of the band's wildly popular self-titled sophomore album, the records feature core members Jeremy Galindo and Christopher King with the addition of drummer Robi Gonzalez and carry on THIS WILL DESTROY YOU's tradition of a familiar, but evolved ethos wherein the memorable melodic component present in their early work once again soars atop progressive sonic territories for the band and listener alike.
Stream New Others Part One and Two in full via Spotify at THIS LOCATION.
New Others Part One and Two are available on CD, LP and digitally. For physical orders, go to THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, go to the Dark Operative Bandcamp page HERE.
THIS WILL DESTROY YOU w/ Brin:
8/08/2019 Bunkhouse Saloon - Las Vegas, NV [tickets]
8/09/2019 Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT [tickets]
8/10/2019 Oriental Theatre - Denver, CO [tickets]
8/11/2019 Slowdown - Omaha, NE [tickets]
8/13/2019 The Riot Room - Kansas City, MO [tickets]
8/14/2019 Tower Theatre - Oklahoma City, OK [tickets]
8/16/2019 Sister - Albuquerque, NM [tickets]
8/17/2019 Green Room - Flagstaff, AZ [tickets]
"...a heavy sprawl with some moments of outright beauty and others of gut-churn heaviness." - Stereogum
"...though the world is absolutely still ending, most of America is still bathed in sunshine. So you'll have to listen to New Others Part Two...with the blinds closed. It's another seismic record, building to the dissociative ambient track 'New Promise Land Inc.' and the eleven-minute closer, 'Provoke.'" - Noisey
"The track, which closes out the album, is a beautiful and somber exercise that uses piano and guitar alongside a bombastic drum section to create an emotional and powerful journey." - Revolver on "Go Away Closer" (New Others Part One)
"...a holistically mature and cohesive work..." - Spill Magazine
"[New Others Part One] instantly scratches the itch that TWDY's classics do, and it reminds you how diverse their palette of sounds is, from stuff that nears minimal electronic music to stuff that nears metal." - Brooklyn Vegan/Invisible Oranges