We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Crimen‘s brand new single “Flahzz“, track taken from their long-overdue debut album, Silent Animals, which is out via Fuzz Club on June 29th.
Silent Animals may be the debut album from Italian trio Crimen, but it arrives over a decade into their career. Simone Greco (bass, voice, sound engineering) and Patrizio Strippoli (guitars, voice) formed the band in the Centocelle district of Rome in 2007, before recruiting Giuseppe Trezza (drums and electronics) six years later. After a string of successful EPs and two years hibernating to record the opus, the band feel now is finally the time to release a full length.
Listen below to Crimen’s noisy, head-spinning, psychedelic whirl new single “Flahzz”.
Conceived in their own DIY studio in Rome, the Flamingo Recording Studio, the band have self-produced and engineered their debut in a state of total creative independence. The group says of their long-awaited debut: “Silent Animals talks about emotive fragility and wasted loves. It sounds nocturnal and psychotic, though essentially it’s a work about love and the exorcism of fear and anxiety“.
Silent Animals arrives on June 29th via Fuzz Club Records, pre-orders available here.