An excellent follow up to their 2011 Time Flies EP.
Coming out on Destructure, Build Me A Bomb and Deranged Records. They will also be touring the East Coast of the USA this summer along with an Europan tour in the autumn.
US EAST COAST TOUR
26/04/2013: Boston, MA
27/04/2013: Worcester, MA
28/04/2013: Brooklyn, NY
29/04/2013: Philadelphia, PA
30/04/2013: Washington D.C.
01/05/2013: Richmond, VA
02/05/2013: Raleigh, NC
03/05/2013: Charlotte, NC
04/05/2013: Gainesville, FL
05/05/2013: Atlanta, GA
06/05/2013: Nashville, TN
07/05/2013: Columbus, OH
08/05/2013: Cleveland, OH
09/05/2013: Rochester, NY
10/05/2013: New Brunswick, NJ
11/05/2013: Brooklyn, NY
01/06/2013: Herrenberg (DE) @ New Direction Festival
23/07/2013: Paris @ La Miroiterie w/ Coke Bust, Los Valientes, Bacon Fudge
10/08/2013: Montreal @ Kanivo Chaos Festival
20/09/2013: Köln (DE)
21/09/2013: Hamburg (DE)
22/09/2013: Leipzig (DE)
23/09/2013: Berlin (DE)
24/09/2013: Dresden (DE)
25/09/2013: Praha (CZ)
26/09/2013: Budapest (HU)
27/09/2013: Zagreb (HR)
28/09/2013: Milano (IT)
29/09/2013: Offenburg (DE)
05/10/2013: Bruxelles (BE) @ DNA
Listen to a new song recently mastered off the new album!
Youth Avoiders Time Flies 7″, mastered here, reviewed at Punknews.org.
“This four-track EP by French band Youth Avoiders is a lesson in how to get in, do your stuff (and do it well) and get out. Youth Avoiders manage to do this in eight minutes and hammer away with an abandon that doesn’t do anything to detract from the songs, with everything including the kitchen sink being thrown in.
All four songs are extremely upbeat in pace, with a guitar sound that jangles more than it does sound like a buzzsaw-if anything the sound of the guitar is reminiscent of that employed in White Lung. The drumming is frenetic and to be honest, I know there is some bass in there but it plays more of a holding role than being prominent in any way. That being said, the rhythm section does a grand job of keeping this runaway train on track.
First track “Run” is notable for including “regress no way” in the lyrics but this is no 7 Seconds sound-alike band as the song crashes along with more of a thrashy garage sound than a thick melodic punk one. “Boredom Airline” is basically about a plane crashing into the sea and again is performed at 100 mph, whilst “Red Eyes” is the track that sticks the most in my head with a yelled vocal that sounds desperate to the extreme. It is also the longest track on the single and just has a great sense of urgency to it which helps to mark it out over the three other songs. Next comes “Outro,” which seems as if it is almost a Youth Avoiders theme song with the only decipherable words being “youth” and “avoiders,” with the third and final word possibly being “yeah” or something along those lines. It’s fast, frantic and final.
This kind of release would be equally at home on labels like Dirt Cult Records and Deranged Records so if you like the stuff they put out then this might tickle your fancy too. Youth Avoiders are also a band that needs to release an album of this stuff.”
Original Post Here
Youth Avoiders - Time Flies 7″ review in Maximum Rock n Roll.
Mastering a new Youth Avoiders song to be released on a Paris punk compilation on cassette.
They are also on tour of the US West Coast right now. Check them out!
Here is a song from their new 7″ out on Build me a Bomb and Destructure Records.
Youth Avoiders – Red Eyes Mastered
Time Flies Razorcake Review.
Time Flies: 7”
Youth Avoiders has been one of my favorite bands of the last few years, and this 7” reaffirms that belief. Between the demo and their split with Zombies Are Pissed, the band got a bit more melodic, a bit more rock’n’roll, while still maintaining the aggression that made the demo so great. This 7” has a similar vibe to the material on the split, with frantic energy and crazy guitar wankery right out of the gate. Lyrically, they are still a bit all over the place, but vocalist Christopher Gautier is so fierce on the mic that the roar of his delivery sells anything they could write about. If you’ve yet to check these guys out, do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Highly recommended. –Paul J. Comeau (Build Me A Bomb, email@example.com)”
Original post here.
Red Eyes – Mastered
The boys will also be touring the West Coast of the USA.
you can listen to everything they put out online:
Demo tape/7”: http://buildmeabombrecords.bandcamp.com/album/demo-2010
Split 7″ w/ Zombies Are Pissed!: http://destructure.bandcamp.com/album/d … ed-split-7
Time Flies 7” EP: http://buildmeabombrecords.bandcamp.com … -flies-e-p
15/04/2012: Santa Rosa w/ Acid Fast
18/04/2012: Los Angeles
20/04/2012: Santa Cruz w/ Acid Fast & Big Kids
21/04/2012: San Francisco w/ Acid Fast
22/04/2012: Santa Rosa TBC w/ Acid Fast
23/04/2012: Portland TBC w/ Acid Fast
24/04/2012: Tacoma w/ Autistic Youth & Acid Fast
25/04/2012: Seattle TBC w/ Acid Fast
26/04/2012: Bellingham TBC w/ Acid Fast
27/04/2012: Portland @ The Know w/ Autistic Youth & Acid Fast