Track Listing. Fed From Her Hand. Jeff Clarke. Demon's Claws. Last Time At The Pool. Mona's Lunch. Laser Beams. In fact, many songs are about staying home - go figure. When the duo aren't singing in unison, they often take a few bars to break down in psychedelic Velvets' inspired freakouts like the "Knock On Wood" outro or the second half of "Your Name Is On My Bones. As Spit In The Face Stay Home sheds a layer allowing the audience to hear what they've been missing - and they have been missing out - and allowing the band to step out of the cult-y, art-house world and into the clubs.
Published by Treble Magazine. Last year was a growing period for Smith Westerns, the Chicago garage pop quartet whose prior year's self-titled debut caught many by surprise with dreamy, innocent pop harmonies and overall maturity from a band who at the time, were still in high school. The band toured non-stop in , honing their chops, learning to play tighter and ultimately working as a well-oiled machine.
In doing so, they have expanded their audience exponentially, all the while gaining solid critical success. And with more experience comes a brand new stage for the band as they offer up an excellent sophomore set in Dye It Blonde. In November, leading up to the album, the band released the first single, "Weekend," which naturally stirred up hype and anticipation, and with good reason.
The song kicks things off with signature guitar jangle and three-minute power-pop structure, not to mention a memorable chorus of blissful falsetto harmonies. What stands out across this new set is the heightened level of maturity to the band's garage rock stylings -- "Imagine Pt. With the jump to Fat Possum, the songs are crisp and better produced, but still remain lo-fi and often ooze a retro feel - something that carries over from the debut.
With a solid new set of material, Smith Westerns have returned to reveal how much creative growth they've undergone in such a short amount of time. The head is always grinning, just like a skull, and the face is almost featureless save for just five black holes, horizontally aligned together, which serve as the eyes. Their arms, and legs are always surrounded by a burning pure blue flame.
This blue flame freezes whatever a normal fire would burn. A Coldfire Demon can launch balls of this flame at foes, freezing them in their place. Magma Birds look living rivers of molten Lava, with the front resembling a bird head, and a pair of yellow eyes burning with pure hate. Magma Birds are bringers of death and destruction, and they enjoying smothering life filled worlds into burning lifeless rocks. See The Firebird. Hell Grenadier - Demonic shocktroopers. Hell Grenadiers stand 7 feet tall, and are covered in numerous plates of black body armor, dotted with spikes.
Hell Grenadiers often use heavy infantry weapons such as large grenade launchers, and huge shotguns. Hazard - This demon appears as an eerie skeleton with a long boney tail, and digitigrade legs, and sharp dinosaur-like claws and talons. They are always coated in a bright green slime-mold like substance, either skin tight, or a whole blob encasing them.
As their name and appearance suggests these demons are all about poisons and diseases. This demon is not limted to close-ranged combat, it can launch balls of pure filth at foes from afar. Hazards are strong, deadly, and unfortunately common. Bone Vulture - These flying demons resemble humanoid vultures with long boney arms and legs, and a pair of gray wings. Their skin has a reddish tone. Bone Vultures act as airborne soldiers in demonic armies, armed with either a black spear, halberd, or some HellTech firearm, such as a burst pistol, shotgun, or assault rifle.
Bone Vutlures are very common in demon armies, almost close to being as common as Hell Troopers and Daemonknights. Krostro - Strange looking demons. Krostros have a green fleshy torso with skeletal demon arms and legs, a pair of boney bat wings, and a reptilian skull, with a long extraneous vertebrae rising up externally from the back of the skull, and looping back down, attached into the lower back bone.
This odd appearance is something like a ruse. The vertebrae is connected to the lower section of the torso. The Skull is not, and can easily reach out and skewer foes. Kellareeth - Also known as the invisible flesh demon. At a glance they look floating demonic snake skeletons, with a large torso, long arms, a dinosaur like head with a pair of horns, and a very long snake skeleton tail. The odd thing about these demons is that their flesh is invisible! And the fact they look like a floating demonic snake skeleton makes them extremely eerie to look upon.
Slaughter Knight - Demonic cyborgs. Originally they were a tribe of weak, but numerous demons. And the Hell Smiths decided to shove all sorts of demonic machinery into their bodies, and replace their arms with weapons.
Slaughter Knights have rightfully earned their name. Their digitigrade feet gives them great speed, and their right hand has been replaced with a massive chainsword, while their left hand has been replaced with a heavy machine gun. And they have "ball wheels" surgically integrated into their feet. Slaughter Knights are now elite assault infantry in demonic armies. Hell Runner - These small, lanky humanoid demons are only 4 feet tall. Infact, these demons are infamous for creating whole bloodbaths single handily.
They have a beak, and spikes on their head. And they have plates of armor, with sharp bards, across their body. They have a pair of large talons for feet. Hell Runners can curl up into a ball for very fast movement.
Their prefer weapon are machine pistols, which are perfect for their hit and run tactics. These demons prefer to attack during the night, or in dark places, so they can rush into the shadows, after taking an enemy down.
Still, they are deadly effective in full scale warfare. Zilyther - Strange snake-like demons with a long mouth, and prehensile tentacles. Zilythers are 40 feet long, and their mouth, which splits their body horizontally, is 25 feet long. Each pair, top and bottom, sits right beside each other, making it look like a group of four. Zilythers are dangerous demons, who slither across the ground, picking up any prey with their tentacles, which are 4 meters long each.
Carnivorous - Giant demonic theropod dinosaurs. They resemble massive demonic Carnotaurus, twice the size of a T-Rex. They have pale skin, black spikes along their backs, and 6 red eyes. As their name suggest aside from looking like a dinosaur they crave fresh meat.
They scour and stalk the worlds, looking for fresh victims to devour. These demons just love gorging themselves on whole communities, armies, and cities. As you can guess, they extremely powerful demons, and have been known to sometimes prey on their smaller kin.
Fallen Angel - Angels who fell to darkness are twisted in mind and body by their now demon comrades. Their discussion was interrupted by news reports of a giant monster flying over the city. Pai recognised the creature as her pet Takuhi, who must have been released from his home in Pai's cane by the thief, and who was now looking for her.
Pai set out to retrieve him, with Yakumo close behind. However when Yakumo saw Takuhi fly towards Pai, the lad mistook the beast's welcome for an attack, and shoved Pai out the way; immediately Takuhi ripped into the lad, fatally wounding him.
Unwilling to lose the boy she had been hunting for and just located, Pai's third eye opened, and she absorbed his soul. This restored his body, but tied him to her as her undead servant. Linked to her, he can only become human again when she becomes human.
In the way of this goal are hordes of monsters and demons from the Shadow World, some desiring Pai's powers, others who seek the Ningen for their own. Yakumo can again become mortal and end his constant need to protect Pai because if Pai dies, then so will he.
It was serialized in Weekly Young Magazine and spanned up to 40 volumes, beginning in and ending in The first two were released on April 25, The English-language translation was originally published by Studio Proteus by Innovation Comics in resulting in a five-issue miniseries , but in was published from the beginning by Dark Horse Comics after they purchased Studio Proteus, as well as serialized in Super Manga Blast!
The first shares the same name of the manga and released four episodes between July 25, , and May 19, Fed From Her Hand Last Time At The Pool Mona's Lunch Laser Beams At The Disco Catch Her By The Tail For legal reasons, the title has to be incomplete. We can only say that it's a reference to a very big name in the world of animation, long rumored to be cryogenically frozen. The Demon's Claws play roots-soaked music so ramshackle and loose that it sounds as if it could fall apart at any second, yet hangs together perfectly.
Part Gun Club, part Back from the Grave, part lo-fi distorted crunch, part young Mick Jagger with a mouth full of pills, all delivered with a weird, backwoods creepiness.Demon's Claws - Écoutez Demon's Claws sur Deezer. Avec Deezer, musique en streaming, découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez vos propres playlists, .