With everything that’s going on in the world, it might be time to come to terms with the apocalypse. Luckily, Gláss has the perfect soundtrack for it.
Though haphazardly released in 2014, Foreign Bastard has been remastered and revamped. Now, with a crisp and precise new sound, the EP is dark and fiery. With a new goth vibe, these South Carolinian post-punkers have created an EP to raise hell. The frontman Aaron Burke, originally from Scotland, uses memories from his childhood home and situations from his current life in the U.S. to create a collection of “vignettes of dark recesses, fantasies, terrors, social observation and voyeurism.”
“I still think of this as our first record, so going back and adding ‘Hawser In,’ plus a few other unreleased songs allowed me, lyrically, to play god and display our future catalog at the outset,” he tells BTRtoday.