Man-Eaters - Twelve More Observations on Healthy Living [Yellow/Hot Pink Swirl vinyl] – New LP
Limited edition Opaque Yellow base with Hot Pink Swirl vinyl. Includes 16 page booklet, 24"x 24" full color poster, black poly-lined dust sleeve, and download code.
Ripping riff-driven punk rock n roll from the Windy City, heavy like angle iron upside your skull, black asphalt machine built from the hard rock and punk of various settings, a man-eating beast roaring down to rip off your head. -- winch
While Chicago certainly has its sounds, it's a huge sprawling city made up of so many elements, and while folks tend to separate their home plate from neighboring places, in many ways, the creature that is the Windy City sprawls its arms along the industrial shores of Lake Michigan up to Milwaukee on one side and Gary, Indiana on the other, and once you've gone there, you can connect it with the entire industrial shores of the Great Lakes, up to Green Bay, Wisconsin and Muskegon, Michigan, east to the Motor City, Cleveland, Buffalo, even Toronto up in Canada, and the reason I mention all this is because to me, Man-Eater seems forged from the same iron that built the many variations of the hard-driving rock n roll of the Rust Belt region. Man-Eater might show bands from other regions, but most of those bands built big parts of their machines from the Rust Belt rock of 1952 to 1982. -- winch
Packaged in a stunning full color jacket with original artwork from the band's own Drügface plus a 24x24 poster of the cover art and 16 page zine with lyrics & more.
Man-Eaters is Ian St. Jackson, Jared Van Gattis, Nathaniel Van Gattis, Corey St. Feutz.
All music by Drügface and Da Eaters.
Recorded by Dylan Piskula at Sir Frank Beard's BBQ Hut.
Mastered by Carl Saff.
Artwork by Drügface.
Layout by Tony Peterson.