Song Premiere: Autonomics, “Bad Blood”

Titled Debt Sounds, Autonomics’ forthcoming record is filled to the brim with punky energy that boils over, and slaps you in the face with exuberant, tightly woven, two­and­a­half­minute pop songs. The record is the culmination of several year’s worth of material alongside freshly penned tracks. Entering the studio with a desire “to make something really dense and heavy sonically,” Rola Studios producer and engineer Dominik­ Lukas Schmidt frequently referenced early ‘90s classics Dookie, Siamese Dream and Nevermind during the tracking.

Both the rewritten and new songs burst forth from the record with a vital resolve and fuzzy, ‘90s rock vibe, thanks in part to mixing by Jeremy Sherrer (Modest Mouse, Gossip) at Ice Cream Party Studios and mastering by Pete Lyman (Weezer, Matt & Kim, Wavves, Best Coast) at Infrasonic Sound. Simply, Debt Sounds is a racous and wild record for mild rock and roll degenerates.

Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering “Bad Blood.” Debt Sounds hits the streets on September 8.

(Catch Autonomics live:

09/02 Portland, OR – Doug Fir (release show)

10/12 Corvallis, OR – Bombs Away 

10/13 Bend, OR – the Capitol

10/14 Medford, OR – Howies

10/18 Redding, CA – The Dip

10/19 Oakland CA – Eli’s Mile High 

10/20 San Francisco, CA – Neck of the Woods

10/21 Berkeley, CA – Starry Plough

(More dates TBA)

Visit Autonomics here:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Autonomics-115577908462069/

Twitter: @Autonomics

Bandcamp: https://autonomics.bandcamp.com)

Photo by Margaret Jacobsen