We’ll send you a link to a quality digital download of the album when you preorder the LP in our “store.” Release date on the vinyl is Tuesday, May 8. Your premium vinyl record should ship to you before that.
Here’s a little bit of what Pocket Jury have to say about “Man Feelings:”
The debut album, superbly titled Man Feelings, is a crunching fusion of classic hard rock with a knowing post-1977 twist. Imagine Black Sabbath at their most versatile, with the fuzz stripped back and replaced by the blistering lizard-brained rhythmic overload of original proto-punks The Stooges and you’ll certainly be in the right ballpark. It’s at once louder, funkier and more devilishly brazen than it has any right to be. Great primitive rock music is chiefly about memorable moments, in particular those which evoke the sensations of being front row and centre at a live show. Thanks to some appropriately sympathetic recording by Jon San Paolo in Studio A of Electrical Audio, Man Feelings has a gigantic sonic presence which invokes the spontaneity and impact of a live rock band, not to mention vivid imagery of throbbing amps, dripping sweat and the unmistakable stench of bourbon. It’s easily the most comically rocking album you’ll hear all year, jam-packed with bruising riffs, galloping rhythms and hollered vocalizations. For those tired of style over substance fussiness in modern rock, it’s the ultimate tonic.
Fake Limbs play “balls-out” r’n'r with a refreshing punk arrogance. Overtones of Jesus Lizard-like wailing, Shellac -type stagger, and Pere Ubu-esque artiness make it all the more awesome. We HIGHLY suggest ordering this, right now.