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Brooklyn, NY | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | INDIE

Brooklyn, NY | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2013
Band Metal Post-rock


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"Post-Hardcore Band Husbandry Debuts New Track, “So Long, Capricornian Crone”"

Brooklyn post-hardcore band Husbandry has released one of them-there movin’ pictures for their new single “So Long, Capricornian Crone.” It’s part of the lead up to their debut full-length Fera, which is out August 25th.

The track is bouncy — got my head bobbing up and down — and there are plenty of riffs here that dug their claws right into me. It’s a great blend of fantastic clean vocals paired with some really interesting chord progressions that feature just enough oomph to keep ’em feelin’ fresh. And I fucking love Carina Zachary’s voice; she nails her ranges perfectly, placing power behind each syllable and projecting her voice to the forefront.

The accompanying flick certainly offers a lot to experience and ends up being a bizarre experiment in minimalism. Rather than elaborate set pieces it simply features a few images mirrored upon one another, while wave effects do their part in promoting the overall liquidity that the song’s progression so prominently places front-and-center. The use of color versus black and white adds an additional layer that lends to the video’s trippy vibe. End result? A music video for the discerning drug user. Grab some hallucinogenics and lose yourself in Zachary’s dulcet tones.

You can pre-order Fera here, and, as always, the vid is below for your viewing pleasure. - Metalsucks


Get ready for the premiere of the new video from Brooklyn's Post-Hardcore group: Husbandry.
Their latest track 'So Long, Capricornian Crone' is a head-banging, body-swaying anthem- perfect to satisfy the yearn for wild we all crave.
In their own words: '"So long, Capricornian Crone", at it's core, is about embracing uncertainty. It's about taking a leap of faith, rather than clinging to what feels safe or familiar. There are often times when we forget the excitement that comes with letting yourself experience something new.'
With the songs' corresponding video, the use of highly contrasted shots and a slightly disorienting point of view, offers a 'dark, organic and dream-like aesthetic that reflects the songs theme of embracing uncertainty.' Produced, edited and directed by Thane Lund and bassist Arnau Bosc, this video is a raw representation of the emotive track. Fronted by Carina Zachary, this four-piece band of rockers is the antidote to boredom, the counter to stagnation, and a thorough glimpse at the trajectory of modern rock. Gearing up to release their debut full-length album Fera on August 25th- with a record release show in Brooklyn at Sunnyvale- Husbandry is jamming its way into the spotlight, gathering a heafty fan base behind them. Check out the video for 'So Long, Capricornian Crone', and learn more about the band below. - Afropunk

"Feature: The Best EPs of 2014"

9.) Husbandry
Make Room For Waves

Sharp and tense, moody and oblique, Husbandry’s four song Make Room For Waves offers twenty minutes of dense punk that never stops churning. On EP-highlight “Sentient”, which pivots from thick Jawbox-esque sprawl to sidewinding riffs reminiscent of Hot Snakes, singer Carina Zachary demands “Who’s accountable?” – a devastatingly apt question for a year defined by nightmarish unaccountability. Husbandry recall a golden era of taut, confrontational post-hardcore, but make all of those echoes feel palpably, hair-raisingly alive. - Half Cloth


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy