Quick Hits: MGMT, Khors, Megasus, Bang Bang Eche, Boxer Rebellion

posted January 4, 2011

  • While in Asheville this past October MGMT stopped by the Echo Moutain Studio to record a Daytrotter session. The band performed songs off their lastest release, "Congratulations." List of songs are: "Song for Dan Treacy," "I Found A Whistle," and "It's Working." Along with a cover of The Cleaners of Venus' "Only a Shadow."
  • AOL Noisecreep is currently streaming "Sacrament Of Buyan," the eighth track from Khors' latest full-length, "Return To Abandoned," released last month via Paragon Records.
  • Providence, Rhode Island's heavy metal warriors, Megasus, will release "Menace Of The Universe," a new two-song mini EP, this January via Brutal Panda Records. The songs, recorded this fall, mark the first new material for the band since their 2009 break-through, self-titled debut on 20 Buck Spin.
  • Zach Doney, frontman for Bang Bang Eche, has surprised the world with a solo album under the moniker Teen Fortress just as the quartet is entering the studio to record its full-length debut. The Teen Fortress album, called "Learning (Everything Has To End For Some Reason I Don't Believe It)," is available as a free download at http://teenfortress.bandcamp.com.
  • Check out the new music video from The Boxer Rebellion for the band's single "Step Out of the Car."