Decibel and AOL Noisecreep Each Premiere New O’Brother Track

Rave Reviews in >From Alternative Press and Aquarian Weekly

Garden Widow Release is Around the Corner – Pay Attention Now!

O’Brother Premiere Track From New Album

“If Radiohead’s Thom Yorke cut a record with the Melvins (never say never…), it’d probably sound a lot like this track—hypnotic, weird and heavy as fuck.”

Check out the full article and premiere of track “Malum” at:


“…Craft a Gem With ‘Lo’”

Check out premiere of “Lo” and read full article at:


“the best song Queens Of The Stone Age never wrote”


“howling choruses only Tool or Isis could exact”

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“overall out-of-this-world”

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O’Brother are currently on the road with Thrice and will be releasing their debut album Garden Window digitally on November 15th and physically January 10th, 2012.  Garnering new fans night by night on tour, and now with the stamp of approval by Decibel and AOL Noisecreep, this is a band you need to pay attention to now.


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Photo by Rebecka Gustafsson

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