A few days only after unveiling the music video of “Wind Machines For Company”, Swiss hardcore/noise maestros Coilguns just shared another video for the song “Blackboxing”, available right now on YouTube while the band is currently on a European tour with the sludge-rockers of Wrong (USA).

For the remainder, ‘Millenials’ released on January 2018 for CD, LP & Digital editions through Hummus Records (Emilie Zoé, H E X, Ølten…), is still available on Bandcamp.

Watch the official music video of “Blackboxing” | Stream the album ‘Millenials’ for full on Bandcamp
…For the record…

Coilguns is one of the proud flag holders of the 2.0 DIY scene since their inception in 2011 when they accidentally formed with the purpose of playing fast and simple music.

After releasing a first homemade EP – they sign to Pelagic Records and quickly the band becomes the main activity of its three members while in 2012 guitarist Jona Nido founds its own label – Hummus Records – counting until now more than fifty releases including all Coilguns music.

Recording their music live and uncut, generally written and recorded on the spot wherever they were at the moment, sometimes on the other side of the world when touring with their former band, German post-prog-metallers The Ocean, Coilguns sums up a total of four EP’s and one full-length ‘Commuters’, including guest appearances from Pete Adams (Baroness) and Keijo Niinima (Rotten Sound) was released in February 2013 through Hummus Records // Pelagic Records.

In 2015 and over a hundred sixty shows throughout Europe and Australia, the band decides to take a break and write the follow up to ‘Commuters’. In January 2016, the boys rent out a secluded house on the countryside of Germany and build up a full 16 tracks analog studio.
For a month, the three are on their own, writing, recording and mixing their second full length without any computer involved.

Despite all of them being busy with other projects (Louis Jucker solo, Closet Disco Queen, Kunz, Sombre Sabre…) Coilguns still performed in 2016 @ Paléo Festival and hired a fourth multi-instrumentalist member adding dimension to the band’ live setup with extra synths, percussions, and backing vocals.

A year and a half after recording the second album, the band played a couple of warmup gigs in December 2017 including a show at the Scala in London supporting Oathbreaker. After that, Coilguns released their second full-length album with ‘Millenials’ (2018, Hummus Records) before to tour in Europe for several weeks.

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