Premiere: Salvation – Year of the Fly


If you like your noise tinged with some punk, sludge, and old school heavy metal vibes then you are in for a treat.

Salvation is a noise rock trio from Chicago and on the 22nd they’re dropping their third full-length album Year of the Fly through Forge Again Records. The record is raw and unrelenting overall but has a few calmer, somber moments peppered throughout, like the track “Palinopsia,” which leads into the pensive acoustic track “Failure.”

Year of the Fly is a good mix of the heavy and the somber, the accessible and the experimental. My particular favorite is the drony and spacy organ-based closer “Delusions and Grandeur.” We’re lucky enough to have a premier of the album for you here, and if it strikes your fancy it will be available digitally, or on CD and vinyl.

If you’re in the Chicago area, Salvation will be playing on the 27th at Empty Bottle with Luggage, No Men, and Ganser.

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