Revolt of the Apes Interview


Perhaps the strangest thing about Strange Forces – a band for whom strangeness has never been a stranger – is our absolute inability to recall when we first heard the band’s massive, mind-melting sonic missives.

Strictly speaking, there aren’t too many choices. It was either the band’s self-titled EP or last year’s monster full-length LP, “I’d Rather Listen to the Bloody Birds.” What’s contained on that release in particular – and in the music of Strange Forces in general – is an utterly compelling sense of familiarity, a kind of cosmic, stereo-driven déjà-vu that we rarely encounter…




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