News•April 17, 2008 11:49 AM ET•4,931 views
Seventh Rule Recordings signs Wetnurse
Seventh Rule Recordings has officially announced the addition of Wetnurse to its roster. Seventh Rule Recordings owner Scott Flaster describes Wetnurse: "The urgency of early hardcore; the aggro, off-kilter noise of the AmRep heyday; the raw, outcast power of early death metal; the melodic transcendence of classic rock... All these influences exist within Wetnurse's music, yet theirs is something totally new and progressive." The band self-released an album in 2004 (you can read Lambgoat's review here). Meanwhile, their Seventh Rule debut, titled "Invisible City," was recorded and mixed by Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, Helmet) at Brooklyn's B.C. Studios and mastered by Alan Douches (Mastodon). The effort will be available this fall. In the interim, you can listen to a song from the new album here.
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