Wolf Eyes is an American experimental music group from Detroit, Michigan, formed in 1996 by Nate Young. Currently a duo, Wolf Eyes are a prominent act within contemporary noise music. They have collaborated with a variety of artists from different countries and art forms. Wolf Eyes began as a solo project of Nate Young. Aaron Dilloway joined in 1998 while also playing with John Olson in Universal Indians.
WOLF EYES Lyrics - A selection of 9 Wolf Eyes lyrics including Pissjoy, Heroin, Urge, Junkenstein, Nurse Maxim. Droll, Vol. 7. Black Rat Floods - EP. Not Our Laws (Live in Providence) - EP. Sandpapered Eyes. Pissjoy Heroin Urge Junkenstein Nurse Maxim Soundog Babylon Anthem Why You Lie Now Is The Colour.
Born in the dead, dread-filled haunted hills of Michigan, Wolf Eyes are the rabid beasts of Trip Metal & have been plowing thru new tunnels of the underworld since 1997. Pure audio stunn, homemade post-nuclear terror & claustrophobic atmospheres - the most shattered and confusing horrorvision since Bo Diddley dropped the duct taped warhead on all humans in 2024. Born in the dead, dread-filled haunted hills of Michigan, Wolf Eyes are the rabid beasts of Trip Metal & have been plowing thru new tunnels of the underworld since 1997.
Wolf Eyes : Wolf Eyes,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Data de aparición 2000. Estilo MusicalNoise Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 2. Give It Up. 3. Black Rows.
Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 14737. Lacquer Cut At – SAE Mastering. Some (or all) copies have a sticker on front sleeve with artist name and title, in addition to the stylized 'Wolf Eyes' black logo. Matrix, Runout (Side A): SP-688-A 14737. Matrix, Runout (Side B): SP-688-B 14737.
Dig up descriptions of Michigan trio Wolf Eyes from any time during their 16-year existence, and I doubt you'll see much use of the word precision. But their music has always had this quality- even if it’s sometimes been covered in whirring distortion, brittle cacophony, or psychotic howls. Go back as far as Half Animal, Half Insane, from 2002’s Dread, and you can hear them picking and placing their sounds meticulously. Even though the results could feel abrasive or abstract, the attack has never been messy or careless. This knack for precision has reached a new level on No Answer: Lower Floors, Wolf Eyes’ first widely-released album since 2009’s Always Wrong. It’s the clearest, most detailed record in their vast catalogue. There’s little in the way of buried elements or blurred dissonance; in fact, much of the album could be accurately described as minimal.
know how Wish I knew what defines me Wish I'd get just a fraction Of what you have Feel tired Find comfort in someone else's memories This time I'll go all the way to the end Can you see through my wolf eyes Past the hate that protects me from harm Like lava Clouds seem to follow my every move. Wanted to give up, but I didn't know how This song in my head It's screaming for closure Words adrift in my mouth So many things undone So many unloved Don't wait for me I think I'm better off here In the city of infinity.
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NotesLive in Providence
Numbered edition of 15 copies.