Toronto noise trio Odonis Odonis have been floating between electronic and rock worlds since their 2011 debut album, Hollandaze, and are set to release their third full-length record Post Plague June 17 via Felte.
The band have just shared the manic dance-punk song "Vanta Black," and it's not for the faint of heart. A distorted Italo-disco bass line kicks things off, before screeching noise, fuzzed-out vocals, and an aggressive post-punk beat kick in.
"The time for half measures has passed," lead vocalist Dean Tzenos tells THUMP of the track. "We need to be bold to make the changes needed to ward off an impending doom. Enough of constant overanalyzing and overthinking that has stopped progress. We need to look deep into the abyss and jump head first into the darkest substance ever known, Vantablack."
Listen to "Vanta Black" below, and pre-order Post Plague here.
Odonis Odonis Tour Dates:
June 23 - The Velvet Underground - Toronto, ON
June 25 - TBA - Montreal, QC
July 6 - Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA
July 7 - TBA - Sacramento, CA
July 8 - The Nightlight - Oakland, CA
July 9 - 4th St. Vine - Long Beach, CA
July 10 - The Echo (Part Time Punks) - Los Angeles, CA
July 15 - TBA - Amsterdam, NL
July 16 - Kliko Festival - Haarlem, NL
July 17 - Grauzone Summer Festival - The Hague, NL (w/ The Soft Moon)
July 19 - Kinky Star (Gentse Feesten Festival) - Gent, BE
July 20 - The Waiting Room - London, UK
July 21 - TBA - Brighton, UK
July 22 - Supersonic - Paris, FR
July 23 - TBA - Cologne, DE
July 24 - TBA - Berlin, DE
July 27 - Home Sweet Home (Nothing Changes) - New York, NY
July 30 - St. Vitus - Brooklyn, NY (w/ Public Memory)