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Heavy Heavy Low Low

Christopher - drums
Andrew - bass
Danny - guitar/vocals
Robbie - vocals

VISIT THE BAND ONLINE
www.myspace.com/heavyheavylowlow

CONTACT THIS BAND
heavyheavy@newweathermenrecords.com

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“Turtle Nipple And The Toxic Shock”
1.  Hahahahahahaha
2.  Giant Mantis VS. TURT nip
3.  How Many Dad's Must Eat Themselves?
4.  3000, 100 Points, 100pts, Gummy Octopi
5.  H.D.EYE Hybrid Cyborg
6.  Trot Line Beer Can
7.  The Toxic Shock Mountain Blues
8.  R4TB3LLY
9.  Eagle Mewnadria
10.  Supernova Ninja Surfers
11.  Is This Your Homework?
12.  Green Genes
13.  Wasted (Black Flag Cover)
14.  Rotten Church / Mall / Parking Lot
15.  Please, That Bitch Will Outlive us All

Title Details
Catalog #: F109
Release Date: 2008-08-19
Format(s): CD



BAND HISTORY
Everyone’s favorite spazzy hardcore champs Heavy Heavy Low Low are releasing their sophomore release for New Weathermen on August 19th. It is uniquely titled Turtle Nipple And The Toxic Shock. Never failing to intrigue, the title is a good representation of some of the wacky hijinx that will ensue when the album hits your CD player, tells vocalist Robbie, “The whole album is really about having a good time. We’re always out to just do what we enjoy, go out on the road and make weird music. The album is just a bunch of jokes about all of the random enjoyment we have had on tour.”

The band recorded the record with good friend Sam Pura (North, Strata, Seize the Night), who did the EP that caught the attention of their New Weatherman home. The band spent this year completing the new material, and Robbie would describe it as, “The Beach Boys on acid, basically. We really incorporate a surf rock, spacey vibe, and it’s not as breakdown-oriented. It’s still heavy, don’t get me wrong, but this one will definitely exceed a half an hour in running time.” This is a big deal to the band, who are proud of the progression they have made from their debut, tells Robbie, “I felt like the recording of the last album was really rushed, and we weren’t 100% ready to enter the studio. This album is much more us because it embodies all the differences and quirks in each of our personalities. We all sat down and wrote it together, and it shows: it’s totally a collaborative process, a combination of all of our personal styles rolled into one.


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