Sprain: Worship House

Going through passages of noise rock, slowcore, post harcore and post punk, LA-based band, Sprain, come out with a sound which is definitely hard to describe, yet, it's downright engaging, technically intricate and always immaculately sharp regarding its production quality.

The band will follow their previous self-titled EP with the upcoming full length, As Lost Through Collision, expected out through The Flenser on September 4th, 2020. The knotty madness of Worship House puts forth a pretty accurate depiction of the Sprain's own, original view on art punk.

"I feel like my approach to composition changed due to some new mental challenges such as extreme anxiety, and the songs definitely reflect that," says guitarist and vocalist, Alex Kent, as the coming LP pulls inspiration from more unlikely and challenging musical sources like Iannis Xenakis and Krzysztof Penderecki, next to the foreseeable hardcore and punk influences.

Sprain were formed in 2018 by Alex Kent and April Gerloff, and later joined by guitarist Alex Simmons and drummer Max Pretzer.

Artist photo courtesy of Indie Publicity


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