Category Archives: NEF-09

A Fucking Elephant: 100 bands you need to know – Alternative Press

“…labyrinthine, colossally heavy instru-metal… a prime example of how a mere duo can make musical mathematics metallically menacing.” – Alternative Press

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Exclaim! Magazine reviews “Seven Inches”

“This two-track seven-inch from New Jersey duo A Fucking Elephant packs a heck of a punch in all of its seven minutes (you may be sensing a theme here). […] It will be interesting to see what A Fucking Elephant…

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SonicAbuse reviews “Seven Inches”

“…notes falling over themselves like babies in a cement mixer… A Fucking Elephant are awesome. They are not interested in commercial interest, mass sales or glossy marketing. They play and record what they feel and then press it to nauseatingly…

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The Midlands Rocks reviews “Seven Inches”

“Chaotic and technical, listening to guitarist Matt Keys and drummer Greg Meisenberg symbiotic communication manifest itself in such dynamically charged music is jaw-dropping. Dissonant, spasmodic, unbalanced, lopsided, crooked, skewed, whatever; one thing is for sure: With only Seven Inches from…

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Stereo Killer reviews “Seven Inches”

“The erratic, jazz-syncopated and caustic shrapnel that’s lovingly carved into the grooves of Seven Inches, the new 2-song single from New Jersey’s A Fucking Elephant, is the type of scattered violence one hopes for when confronted with a song title…

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American Aftermath reviews “Seven Inches”

“These two, short pieces of music are complex, playful, noisy, psychoactive and will keep you tripping for days.” – American Aftermath

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A Fucking Elephant: Getting Dizzy – The Aquarian

“…a drug-induced heavy metal journey…” – The Aquarian

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Sludgelord reviews “Seven Inches”

“Extreme progressive metal. Everything is perfected. This isn’t jam out get-wasted music, but focused the way a classical piece is constructed and performed.” – Sludgelord

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Sound Colour Vibration reviews “Seven Inches”

“Where many bands are ushering in tones of the future, A Fucking Elephant stays with a primal and more primitive energy state, lashing out a megaton blast of weight with their complex melodic and rhythm sequences. […] It feels incredible…

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