Genres: Punk / Noise Rock / Jazz / Screamo / Powerviolence / Emoviolence-03 /
Stoner-thrash/metal / Aesthetics
Related artists: The New Yorker, Lautrec, Suffix, Raw Nerve, and Spreadsheets.
Country: Chicago, USA
Years Active: 2011-present
Song: "The Background Static Of Perpetual Discontent"
This post's artist is from the October 2013 Mix. This is track #15.
You can download the October 2013 Mix right here.
For fans of: Louise Cyphre, Jeromes Dream, La Quiete, Mahria, Kidcrash, Suffix,
Tristan Tzara, Ahleuchatistas, Punch and Loma Prieta aka PROPER Screamo.
LORD SNOW is the shit.
I was able to interview the band over the course of 2 days in mid-November after their Toronto and Hamilton shows. This 3-part interview enabled me to interact with some of the nicest people I have ever had the chance of meeting. The first 2 parts include the full-band interview and live cuts while the 3rd part focuses on Stuph (the vocalist/bassist) with a few more live songs, but the audio quality isn't the greatest because the band Fucking Invincible was killing it on stage while we were talking. You can still make 80% of it out. Also, I love this 3rd segment because Stuph was so positively candid and very open to talking about the band.
For those who are still unaware, LORD SNOW plays a volatile style of jazzy screamo/powerviolence with a strong punk mentality. I don't feel the need to say anything more about it, as the interview and live videos embedded below will help you form your own opinion.
INTERVIEW Part 1/3
INTERVIEW Part 2/3
INTERVIEW Part 3/3
2011 - Lord Snow cdEP (stream/download here)
2012 - Sovngarde cassetteEP (stream/donate/download here)
2012 - Interskramz Vol. 2 Comp (stream here)
2013 - Solitude 12"LP (PURCHASE HERE)
2013 - Orchid Tribute Comp (stream here) (PURCHASE 12" HERE and cd HERE)
(2013) LORD SNOW - "Dark Cloud" (from 'Solitude')
(2013) LORD SNOW - "Bb" (from 'Solitude')
LORD SNOW additional links