Fleshies are back with a new album. Titled Introducing the Fleshies, the new jam is available from Dirt Cult Records now.
The Oakland, CA band originally formed in 1999 and has previous records on renowned labels including Alternative Tentacles, Recess, Adeline, and more. They’re known for a serious work ethic and active tour schedule, along with lefty political themes and an intense, unpredictable live show.
The new record captures that raw energy that blends aggression with humor and an underlying sense of melody.
Catch the band live, as they kick off a US West Coast tour this week.
MAY 2 CORVALLIS, OR at @Mudville Stadium w/Megazillionaire, Dumb Luck
MAY 3 TACOMA, WA at Jankuland w/Bad Sleep, Quid Quo
MAY 4 SEATTLE, WA at Victory Lounge w/@Clarko, The Scoffs
MAY 5 PORTLAND, OR at Tonic Lounge w/Divers, Daydream (PDX record release)
MAY 9 SAN FRANCISCO, CA at The Knockout w/Meat Market, Nopes, Difficult (Bay Area record release)
MAY 10 LONG BEACH at 4th and Vine w/Toys That Kill, Susan
MAY 11 SAN DIEGO, CA at kensington club w/Stalins of Sound, Santa Ana Knights, Russian Tremors
MAY 12 LOS ANGELES, CA at The Smell w/Dimber, Marriage Material, Honda Daz
Introducing the Fleshies was recorded and engineered by Brian Plaskett and mastered by Daniel Husayn (North London Bomb Factory). Fleshies are Mattowar, Yvan Kawecki, John No, Brian Plaskett, and Hamiltron (all five of whom are original members).
Photo by Niki Pretti
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