Full EP STream: Bleach Everything – “All Alone in Dirt”

You got five minutes? What about four and a half? That’s all you need to enjoy Bleach Everything‘s All Alone in Dirt, the new EP from Richmond, Virginia’s favored sludgy hardcore punk(-ish) band.

Like we said, the EP is four-and-half minutes long and contains four songs; within those limitations, Bleach Everything manage to cover a pretty damn impressive amount of styles. Bookending tracks “Canopic Jars” and “The Happiness” are fun punk ragers that practically put a cheap beer in your hand upon pressing play.

The almost two-minute “Truth at the Dead Ends” is up second and is a lot different than “Canopic Jars” and “The Happiness,” swapping screams and quite-as-high speeds for moody, danceable punk. The EP, like just about everything else Bleach Everything record, is inspired by Halloween and Halloween-adjacent happenings, and the mood really comes out on “Truth at the Dead Ends.” “Praetorian” was described as a guitar seance, serving to drive the Halloween mood home. Of course, All Alone in Dirt ends on a fast song and all is right in the universe.

You should have approximately two-and-a-half minutes left on your stream, so head to Dark Operative’s Bandcamp (below) to score this EP on picture flexi or digitally.

All Alone in Dirt by Bleach Everything

The post Full EP STream: Bleach Everything – “All Alone in Dirt” appeared first on Decibel Magazine.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.