Failure are a habit that’s harder to kick than things that come in dirty blue balloons and their latest live video “MACAQUE” is no different. So whip out the ‘ol tourniquet and mainline this!
As a long-time Failure fanatic the allure of this trailblazing band’s debut concert film “We Are Hallucinations” left me foaming at the mouth. I’ve finally found the perfect medium for those of us who live to get lost in sound. The concert is releasing today as a limited streaming event (12 noon pacific/3 pm eastern/8 pm gmt and 9 pm cest) and will remain available through Dec. 18.
So if you love the jam then support them man! Tickets as well as a limited-edition commemorative poster, newly released vinyl variants for each of the band’s six albums as well as all the usual goodies are available now via linktr.ee/failureband.
Once you’ve gripped your tickets you’ll have 3 days to rock the fuck out as and experience audiogasm after audiogasm as often as you’d like – V.I.P chooms! “We Are Hallucinations” features songs covering the LA band’s entire discography from their debut through to the mesmerizing Fantastic Planet, and through to the majesty of 2021’s critically acclaimed Wild Type Droid.
Comprised of Ken Andrews (vocals, guitar, bass, programming), Greg Edwards (vocals, guitar, bass, keys), and Kellii Scott (drums, percussion) the band have aged like fine wine since the days of their formation and touring with Tool in the 90s.
“This film is comprised of performances from our Summer 2022 Wild Type Droid tour of North America,” explains Greg Edwards. “It’s crazy that we have never made a concert film before, but I think this will really stand as a definitive document of the dynamic between the three of us on stage and the connection we have with our fans.”
This technically superb rock n roll is guaranteed to keep you coming back for more as it demands your undivided attention. I never leave the house without my Failure discography and neither should you!
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