“Step right up, admit one and all for a ride on a killer groove thanks to Atlanta duo ’68.”
– Loudwire“Hints of blues fuse with a noisy post-hardcore edge, resulting in a massive wall of sound — impressive considering ’68 are only two individuals.” – Consequence of Sound
“A sludgy twist on swaggering punk-blues” – BrooklynVegan
“A killer slice of sweaty, obnoxious noise rock, and I highly recommend it.” – MetalSucks
“The garage rock duo have some of the finest riffs in the game, and “Bad Bite” is proof.”
– The Alternative
April 15, 2021 – The noisy Atlanta duo ‘68, who are fresh off the release of their third full-length studio album Give One Take One, have announced the long-awaited vinyl repress of their 2014 debut LP In Humor and Sadness via Entertainment One (eOne) and Good Fight Music.
Led by vocalist and guitarist Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and now completed by drummer Nikko Yamada, the group balances blistering walls of sound with nuanced songwriting. Their debut LP, featuring drummer Michael McClellan, brought Scogin back to the spotlight and saw critical acclaim for their untethered yet wildly creative mix of alternative, punk, and noise rock. In Humor and Sadness is available once again on vinyl through eOne, limited to 500 copies on clear with white splatter vinyl here.