Coffin Apartment Unveil New Single From “Full Torso Apparition” LP

Coffin Apartment Unveil New Single From “Full Torso Apparition” LP
Coffin Apartment recently announced their Full Torso Apparition LP and now they unveiled a new single from the album (see Invisible Oranges premiere). You can listen/post the track below and download/stream the album for promotional purposes…
Coffin Apartment formed in Portland, Oregon in early 2018. Shortly after the break up of the noisy-metal-chaos of Portland’s A Volcano, guitarist/vocalist Johnny Brooke received a text from Justin Straw, drummer/vocalist of Seattle’s deep-space powerviolence duo Same-Sex Dictator, who had recently moved to Portland and was looking to start a band. They soon recruited bassist/vocalist Brody Mennitto of long standing Portland math rock outliers Toim, and the final lineup was solidified. The union of these three weirdos, who had been churning out various forms of off-kilter heaviness in the Pacific Northwest for several years, involved very little pretense. The band was born of the desire to work with one another, having been fans of each other’s previous projects and wanting to meld unique and varying influences that arose spontaneously. Elements of death metal, grind, hardcore punk, sludgy noise rock, and even prog and psychedelia all come together to make a sound unique to themselves. Unintentional yet natural, the songwriting process culminated in a self-titled release on cassette in the spring of 2019, and a year later the band found themselves recording their debut full-length, Full Torso Apparition, right before a global pandemic changed the world. Although the band name is in reference to inadequately sized residential units in China, the effects of the coronavirus on the world have made the band’s name a very unfortunately fitting moniker. Coffin Apartment’s Full Torso Apparition LP will be released on November 20th via Silver Stature Sounds.
Early praise for “Full Torso Apparition”:
“…oddball extreme metal that lashes together noise rock, hardcore punk, death, grind, and a host of other curiosities into a cohesively bizarre offering.” – Invisible Oranges
“It floats between the genres for a bit and tugs at other genres like a bit of a grind feel, but something that still stays punk through and through.” – Metal Injection
“Trying to succinctly describe the audio assaults of Coffin Apartment is not an easy task. In a freewheeling way they’ve thrown elements of death metal, grind, hardcore punk, sludgy noise rock, and even prog and psychedelia into a blender. The results are heavy as hell, rabidly raging, and mentally destabilizing. Calling the music “off kilter” would be an understatement. But the results are also so surprising and so electrifying as to become unexpectedly transfixing.” – No Clean Singing
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