The boundary-pushing progressive punk band ABERTOOTH LINCOLN‘s much awaited debut full-length album, ‘Algorithms Ate My Neighbors‘, is now available, via Riot Records.
From the very first track, “Algorithms Ate My Neighbors” showcases Abertooth Lincoln‘s distinctive and theatrical range, captivating listeners with relentless aggression and intricate musicality. With thought-provoking and confrontational lyrics, the band fearlessly tackles themes of social justice, political corruption, and the struggles of contemporary life. The album encapsulates the turbulent times of the past half-decade, providing a compelling and intense musical journey.
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This aggressive prog-punk masterpiece pushes the boundaries of what is possible within heavy music. Featuring mind-bending, mathy time signatures and raw energy, ‘Algorithms Ate My Neighbors‘ is an immersive experience that demands attention from fans craving a unique sonic adventure.
To celebrate the album’s release, Abertooth Lincoln has unveiled a thrilling film clip for their track “Gory Rhythm“, showcasing their signature blend of boldness and spacey hardcore sound. The clip, available now, perfectly captures the band’s commanding energy and their commitment to delivering an unforgettable live experience. Check it out here:
Abertooth Lincoln, hailing from Dayton, Ohio, is an enigmatic force within the music scene. Their heavy, weird, and complex sound combines elements of progressive punk, hardcore, and glam metal, resulting in an explosive musical fusion. Led by the powerful and commanding vocals of front person Edith Coleslaw, aka Ashley Pooler, the band’s live performances are a sight to behold, with glittery space pants and 80s glam metal vibes amplifying their stage presence.
‘Algorithms Ate My Neighbors‘ is an album that defies categorization and demands to be heard. Fans of heavy music searching for an unparalleled musical experience will find themselves captivated by Abertooth Lincoln‘s mastery of their craft. Prepare to be enthralled by their unique brand of progressive punk that pushes the boundaries of what is possible.