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"Description" Missiles fire off their debut album "Weaponize Tomorrow" on Svart Records Malmö's Missiles are set to release their inaugural album, "Weaponize Tomorrow", on May 10, 2024, under the banner of Svart Records. The members of Missiles are no new kids on the block. Coming from punk, rock, and metal, as well as surf and rather diverse backgrounds, they all answered to the call of their good friend Gabriel Forslund - sincerely interested in doing something new and exciting together. The band's trajectory began with a 7" single released by the Swedish label Fetish in 2016. Initially viewed as a project, Missiles have organically evolved into a fully dedicated band with a laser-guided focus, causing shock waves in the underground with their jet-fuel genre-clash. Combining abandoned sounds with new inventions on "Weaponize Tomorrow", Missiles promises to both pat you on the head and stab you in the back, delivering a unique blend of post-punk with a touch of goth rock. The band's lineup consists of: Gabriel Forslund (vocals and guitar) Jens Rasmussen (drums) Tobias Augustsson (synthesizers) Sebastian Gadd (guitar) Linus Larsson (bass) Missiles claim their debut is a one-of-a-kind album, truly a loved bastard. "Weaponize Tomorrow" will appeal to those who enjoyed the certain "je ne sais quoi" found in the New Wave movement, a line of thought that is liberating to hear today when artists go to the bank with a genre description. Missiles couldn't be bothered; it's rock, it's pop, it's punk, it's je ne sais quoi. Hard to pin down, but undeniable to freak out to, "Weaponize Tomorrow" is a high yield blast wave that will leave Missiles hot on the tongues of those looking for a sudden and dramatic, incendiary kick. A gut smashing future shock that will resonate across diverse musical landscapes, "Weaponize Tomorrow" will be the perfect atomic cocktail for fans of Wipers, Dead Moon, The Birthday Party, The Gun Club and even modern iconoclasts Molchat Doma and Beastmilk.
"Description" Missiles fire off their debut album "Weaponize Tomorrow" on Svart Records Malmö's Missiles are set to release their inaugural album, "Weaponize Tomorrow", on May 10, 2024, under the banner of Svart Records. The members of Missiles are no new kids on the block. Coming from punk, rock, and metal, as well as surf and rather diverse backgrounds, they all answered to the call of their good friend Gabriel Forslund - sincerely interested in doing something new and exciting together. The band's trajectory began with a 7" single released by the Swedish label Fetish in 2016. Initially viewed as a project, Missiles have organically evolved into a fully dedicated band with a laser-guided focus, causing shock waves in the underground with their jet-fuel genre-clash. Combining abandoned sounds with new inventions on "Weaponize Tomorrow", Missiles promises to both pat you on the head and stab you in the back, delivering a unique blend of post-punk with a touch of goth rock. The band's lineup consists of: Gabriel Forslund (vocals and guitar) Jens Rasmussen (drums) Tobias Augustsson (synthesizers) Sebastian Gadd (guitar) Linus Larsson (bass) Missiles claim their debut is a one-of-a-kind album, truly a loved bastard. "Weaponize Tomorrow" will appeal to those who enjoyed the certain "je ne sais quoi" found in the New Wave movement, a line of thought that is liberating to hear today when artists go to the bank with a genre description. Missiles couldn't be bothered; it's rock, it's pop, it's punk, it's je ne sais quoi. Hard to pin down, but undeniable to freak out to, "Weaponize Tomorrow" is a high yield blast wave that will leave Missiles hot on the tongues of those looking for a sudden and dramatic, incendiary kick. A gut smashing future shock that will resonate across diverse musical landscapes, "Weaponize Tomorrow" will be the perfect atomic cocktail for fans of Wipers, Dead Moon, The Birthday Party, The Gun Club and even modern iconoclasts Molchat Doma and Beastmilk.
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Weaponize Tomorrow
Artist: Missiles
Format: CD
New: In Stock $12.98
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DISC: 1

1. Weaponize Tomorrow
2. Dead Summer Moon
3. Living in a Nuclear Town
4. Deathlike Love
5. End of the Line
6. A Circular Madness
7. Leeches
8. Radio Dark

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"Description" Missiles fire off their debut album "Weaponize Tomorrow" on Svart Records Malmö's Missiles are set to release their inaugural album, "Weaponize Tomorrow", on May 10, 2024, under the banner of Svart Records. The members of Missiles are no new kids on the block. Coming from punk, rock, and metal, as well as surf and rather diverse backgrounds, they all answered to the call of their good friend Gabriel Forslund - sincerely interested in doing something new and exciting together. The band's trajectory began with a 7" single released by the Swedish label Fetish in 2016. Initially viewed as a project, Missiles have organically evolved into a fully dedicated band with a laser-guided focus, causing shock waves in the underground with their jet-fuel genre-clash. Combining abandoned sounds with new inventions on "Weaponize Tomorrow", Missiles promises to both pat you on the head and stab you in the back, delivering a unique blend of post-punk with a touch of goth rock. The band's lineup consists of: Gabriel Forslund (vocals and guitar) Jens Rasmussen (drums) Tobias Augustsson (synthesizers) Sebastian Gadd (guitar) Linus Larsson (bass) Missiles claim their debut is a one-of-a-kind album, truly a loved bastard. "Weaponize Tomorrow" will appeal to those who enjoyed the certain "je ne sais quoi" found in the New Wave movement, a line of thought that is liberating to hear today when artists go to the bank with a genre description. Missiles couldn't be bothered; it's rock, it's pop, it's punk, it's je ne sais quoi. Hard to pin down, but undeniable to freak out to, "Weaponize Tomorrow" is a high yield blast wave that will leave Missiles hot on the tongues of those looking for a sudden and dramatic, incendiary kick. A gut smashing future shock that will resonate across diverse musical landscapes, "Weaponize Tomorrow" will be the perfect atomic cocktail for fans of Wipers, Dead Moon, The Birthday Party, The Gun Club and even modern iconoclasts Molchat Doma and Beastmilk.
        
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