3. Here They Come (6:18)
4. There Will Be Blood (4:07)
Reviews / Note:
With ”Drone Head” The Janitors from Stockholm released one of the most interesting psych albums of 2013.
In a time where psych bands seems to pop up everywhere “Drone Head” stood out with it’s dark, fuzzy and sinister songs.
So Bad Afro had to sit up and take notice and the result is this 4-track 12” EP released September 22nd right in time for their appearance at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia a week later. Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind is a collection of dark and noisy songs that are not aimed at the faint of heart. All songs have a disturbing vibe as if you should not come too close risking a punch on the nose.
On this EP The Janitors display a hypnotic, monotone and evil drone although the barbed wire fuzz rock often is infused by a melodic groove. Here They Come has been chosen as the first single due to go online August 18th. It’s the first The Janitors song with a political edge and comments on the rise of the rightwing in Europe and the coming election in Sweden September 14th. They have this statement which also has the support of Bad Afro: “Right Now Europe is experiencing a wave of political forces attempting to normalize fear, oppression and exclusion of people of other cultures, skin tone, sexual preference and in many cases other gender than their own. This band believes in equal right for everyone”. bad afro records