I'll start this post about The United Sons Of Toil by quoting what it's written in their bandcamp:
"The story is one of an oppressed and hopeless people. Pushed to the brink by corruption and squalid, inequitable conditions, they resort to violence. As they struggle, they convince themselves that their violence is justified and, in fact, that they have no other choice. When they come to power, they face the same problems as those they replaced and become oppressors themselves. Dissension within the new order sets the cycle in motion again.
Fundamental societal change can emerge only through radical individual change."
Coming from Madison, Wisconsin TUSoT are a noise/math rock trio and I have to say that their new work caught me by surprise. It's quite hard to find bands as a reference for describing their music (maybe my listenings aren't too rich as far as this kind of music concerned). Anyway here we have an excellent release which is very interesting too when it comes to their lyrics. Basically is math rock with a lot of noise references. They successfully incorporate post-rock elements too as well as some kind of light version of sludge and some bits of post-punk. As I said it's quite hard to describe their style but at least I tried (in a way). Check them and you won't be disappointed! Dig their lyrics too, the whole concept is brilliant!
*Thanks to the guys for coming in touch!
You can download it by paying anything you want through their bandcamp page.
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