Burning Brides – Fall Of The Plastic Empire

Philadelphia’s Burning Brides are playing with my head. I am not sure if it is the classic metal chugging that switches seamlessly to heavy indie pop, the goth theatrics or space age (a la Dr Who) sound effects? Or is it the vocal style of Dimitri Coats slipping between punk, baggy, screaming metal god and moody early 80’s indie? Either way , they are warping my tiny little mind – and I like it.

‘Fall Of The Plastic Empire’ is never predictable and is endlessly playable for it’s familiarity by virtue of homage to psychedelia, punk, rock and the rest. As a debut album you couldn’t ask for more. Burning Brides are touring the UK right now, catch them at one of the fol bnlowing dates…

  • April 2nd ? GLASGOW King Tuts
  • April 3rd ? SHEFFIELD Uni
  • April 4th ? CARDIFF Barfly
  • April 5th ? NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
  • April 6th ? LEEDS Cockpit
  • April 7th ? LONDON Garage
  • April 8th ? BRISTOL Louisiana
  • April 9th ? SOUTHAMPTON Joiners Arms
  • April 10th ? BATH ‘Purr’ @ Moles club

    Label : V2 Music

    Release Date : 7 April 2003

    Website : www.burningbrides.com


  • Plank Of Fire
  • Glass Slipper
  • If I’m A Man
  • Arctic Snow
  • At The Levity Ball
  • Stabbed In The Back Of The Heart
  • Rainy Days
  • Elevator
  • Blood On The Highway
  • Plastic Empire
  • See You Empty

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