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"Some Choice Words That've Been Said About Us."

"This debut E.P is more than a little bit special.... an intense, exhilarating, short, sharp shock." Is this Music
"An imposing beast with towering, gloomy songs... resolutley unhip, maligned even. A foreboding epic.."
Manic Pop Thrills
"When your in the darkness, it can take a while for your eyes to become accustomed to the gloom. So it may be for your ears, but when you do become accustomed..... Oh Boy!"
17 Seconds
" Sonic Youth... The Fall.... Joy Division....a modern take on post punk with a hint of shoegaze and a hefty slab of hardcore grunginess. One of the most intense peices of music I've heard all year - Phew!
Aural Delights
" A distortion heavy killer that aims to choke the listener with a brutal curtain of feedback. The most violent sound to come out of Dundee in recent history."
Against The Odds
" Timeless stuff... the epitome of accessible darkness, memorable menace and might magic.... Stunning!"
Dead Ernest - Various


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EP 1

Cold Winters Grasp Single released on 6th April 2012

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Intrigued by the words of serial killers and digging deep into the darker side of life, Dundee’s Vladimir released their self-titled debut EP on Friday 19th of August. Heavily influenced by Jesus and Mary Chain,Joy Division, Velvet Underground, Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine and The Stooges, the four piece provide the perfect soundtrack to a night of musical necrophilia.
With the promise of certain death by shoegaze, Vladimir’s debut is a distortion-heavy killer that aims to aim to choke the listener with a brutal curtain of feedback. Sampling the infamous ‘creepin’’ speech by Charles Manson, Vladimir enter the mind of a serial killer, producing one of the most violent sounds to come out of Dundee in recent history. The city’s noisiest band,
Vladimir emerged as a four piece in only April this year, and their live performances are already making waves in the UK underground scene.
Vladimir are:
Ross Murray (vocals), Peter Mackenzie (guitar), Joshua Gray (bass) and Sam Taylor (drums).