Disastroid Announce New Single Love is What You Bring on Home; Both Tracks Streaming


San Francisco trio Disastroid have a new short release out this month (better hurry up, January’s almost over) in the form of the two-song seven-incher Love is What You Bring on Home. Titled for its frenetic, mathy, winding A-side, the release is done in about seven minutes and streaming in full now — see below — so we’re not talking about a major commitment here, but gives a fervent sampling of the gamut the band runs in that time. Both “Love is What You Bring on Home” and its companion, the infectious, somewhat longer “Gadabout,” meld mathy impulses with overarching groove, derived from punk and duly jagged but precisely executed on a technical level even unto the quick-scale leads that pepper the first track.

No huge surprise they pull it off as well as they do — Disastroid aren’t exactly newcomers with three albums out — but it’s a fierce approach anyway, as blinding as it is rhythmically exciting. See if you can keep up.

The PR wire has a story to tell, so it tells:


Thanks to technology granting us instant information, it’s become that much more convenient and easy for a heavy music fan to discover new bands on a whim. However, the reality being the genre has become heavily saturated with the millennial generation discovering Black Sabbath in the internet age, therefore having great, uncompromising and deserving groups often go overlooked! The San Francisco power trio, Disastroid, is not a name that most would recognize at first on the heavy rock smorgasbord but with a back catalog of three full lengths and a handful of EPs, it’s time that you know who these guys are and what they’re about.

How best to summarize Disastroid? Imagine Helmet’s Strap It On being the soundtrack to an intergalactic battle that pitted the three headed King Ghidorah against Frank Kozik, David Yow and George Carlin. THAT’S Disastroid in quick summary form!

Disastroid is releasing their first offering of 2016 in the form of a 7” E.P. entitled Love Is What You Bring On Home. Two tracks that carry on the power trio’s sound of frantic yet harmonious riffs/chord structures by guitarist/vocalist Enver Koneya, low end counterpart Travis Williams and battery man Braden McGaw. The A-side, being the title track, is an attack on the central nervous system consisting of harsh single note riffing and fast paced time changes. The B-side concludes with “Gadabout”, a harmonious up tempo track that mellows the listener from side A’s onslaught. The album is a solid combination of math rock with some stoner elements in place to calm nerves. Aesthetics of these guys would match very well with a fan of the Man’s Ruin Records and Amphetamine Reptile Records rosters.

True to their nature of supporting local business, all production aspects for Love Is What You Bring On Home was kept within the confines of San Francisco with recording by Josh Garcia at Motor Studios, mastering by John McBain at JPM Mastering and pressed handled by renowned Pirates Press. Cover illustration and artwork the creation of notable Bay Area artist Aaron John Gregory, whose work has been featured on album covers by Giant Squid and Helms Alee.

Love Is What You Bring On Home is due out in January on 7” vinyl and available through all streaming and download providers and is their sixth self release as a band.

Track Listing:
Side A – “Love Is What You Bring On Home” (2:06)
Side B – “Gadabout” (5:05)

Disastroid is:
Enver Koneya (Guitar/Vocals)
Travis Williams (Bass)
Braden McGaw (Drums)


Disastroid, Love is What You Bring on Home (2016)

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2 Responses to “Disastroid Announce New Single Love is What You Bring on Home; Both Tracks Streaming”

  1. Enver says:

    Thanks for the good words!!!

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