A Wilhelm Scream is streaming the album version of "Number One" from their forthcoming LP, Partycrasher. The track is both here and in the replies. The album is out via No Idea Records on November 5 and preorders are in the label's webstore.
After a six-year wait, we're finally getting a new LP from New Bedford's A Wilhelm Scream. Lucky for us, the wait was well worth it. All Partycrasher does is prove that A Wilhelm Scream is the best technical punk band in the world right now, so we're extremely happy to be bringing you an exclusive stream of a new song from the record. It's almost unfair how this band can effortlessly blend some of the most interesting musicianship in punk rock with furiously fast tempos and anthemic choruses to boot, but "Devil Don't Know" does this perfectly – stream the track in the replies right now and preorder the album from No Idea Records if you like what you hear.
Pre-orders for A Wilhelm Scream's new album, Partycrasher, are now up. The LP is only $10 and the album is amazeballs. This is a no brainer. Artwork in the replies.
1. Boat Builders
2. The Last Laugh
3. Devil Don’t Know
4. Number One
5. Gut Sick Companion
6. Hairy Scarecrow
7. Ice Man Left a Trail
9. Walkin’ with Michael Douglas
10. Wild Turkey
11. Born a Wise Man
In an interview with Punknews.org, bassist Brian Robinson revealed that A Wilhelm Scream's new record will be titled Partycrasher. The record was sent out to be mastered last week and artist Dave Kloc is currently in the final stages of finishing the artwork. It will be released on No Idea Records. The band hopes to have it out for their summer tour with The Flatliners.
I'm happy to present the first installment of Live Sessions, a new video feature here on AP.net. Our premier session features a full live performance from A Wilhelm Scream and Samiam from when they played at The Middle East in Cambridge, MA on February 19th. You can watch the sets in the replies. Be sure to let us know what you think, and stay tuned for more of these in the future.
Every time I listen to A Wilhelm Scream I immediately hate all other music. Then I binge on their catalog for days. Anyone else have this happen with any band? And while hovering around this topic: what's some similar music I should check out?