Featuring ex-members of Campaign, Jena Berlin, Mose Giganticus – as well as Atlanta underground DIY heroes Benard and Die Benny – Burners tears through 13 minutes of high-octane, thrash-inspired punk that elicits comparisons to bands such as Propagandhi, Title Fight and even Slayer. Feast never relents in tempo or fervor, but it still makes quite the impression during its brief run time … and long after as well.
Feast was recorded by Kevin Sellors (Campaign) at American Revolution Recordings and it was mastered by Carl Saff (Melt Banana, Young Widows, Ghosts And Vodka) at Saff Mastering in Chicago.
In related news, Burners will be playing its EP release show this Sunday at the Blackout Lodge in its hometown of Atlanta. Over the course of the next month, the band has a handful of local dates before it embarks on a three-day weekend tour with Asheville, NC’s Old Flings. As always, if you’d like to attend a show or speak with the band, drop me a line here. Stay tuned for more Burners updates, and be sure to follow the band on Facebook and Twitter as well.
FEB 17 – Atlanta, GA @ The Blackout Lodge w/ Rubrics – Release Show!
MAR 08 – Atlanta, GA @ WonderRoot w/ Old Flings, Springtime, Brief Lives, Pet Cobra
MAR 20 – Atlanta, GA @ House Show w/ The Bad Mammals, Pity Party
MAR 29 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge w/ Old Flings
MAR 30 – Nashville, TN @ Spaghetti Spaghetti HQ w/ Old Flings
MAR 31 Chattanooga, TN @ Sluggo’s w/ Old Flings