February 2, 2013

Hear New Sound: My Bloody Valentine's m b v

It isn't quite the "two or three days" time frame we were given last Sunday, but it's finally here. Decades removed from the 1991 classic that shaped shoegaze forever, My Bloody Valentine have officially circumvented the ongoing joke of the music world that has become Kevin Shields' series of false starts and fake-outs in delivering Loveless' highly anticipated follow-up since the band reformed in 2008. m b v is the distortion pedal-drenched London-by-way-of-Dublin act's third release overall, and the finished product of what he and members Bilinda Butcher, Debbie Googe and Colm Ó Cíosóig began recording in 1996 before parting ways, ultimately creating one of the biggest myth-like legacies in alternative rock's history. 21 years in the making, so don't be a cheapskate -- m b v is available to purchase and download here, and if you need something to hold you over between now and the time your download completes, the band has kindly shared all of it via their YouTube channel, which you can find immediately below...

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