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Last year, New York indie heart-on-sleevers Cymbals Eat Guitars released their Lenses Alien album, recruiting legendary indie producer John Agnello to man the boards. And today, they've got a spare…   Read Story »
The video for "Definite Darkness," a triumphant guitar-rager from Staten Island '90s-indie revivalists Cymbals Eat Guitars, consists entirely of footage from some sort of drill-team tryout. In the…   Read Story »
Kids wiling out; a thematic appeal that shall never die out. The new video from Cymbals Eats Guitars for "Keep Me Waiting" features a lot of smashing, punching and running by bored teens. Youth!…   Read Story »
Despite the fact that they're really young, Staten Island indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars are already the masters of grandiose, guitar-driven rock. On their new LP, Lenses Alien, they push it a…   Read Story »
If you enjoyed Lenses Alien's 8 mnute Polvo-meets-shoegaze opener "Rifle Sight (Proper Name)" and the shorter but no less ambitious "Definite Darkness," you definitely want Cymbals Eat Guitars'…   Read Story »
We took last month off from our Monthly Mix series in favor of our midterm flashback/annual summer jams compilation Cruel Summer, which you should grab if you haven't. But it is a new month -- the…   Read Story »
At just under five minutes, "Definite Darkness" is a full 3:30 shorter than the expansive and muscular, shoegazy indie rock epic "Rifle Eyesight (Proper Name)." But just under five minutes is still…   Read Story »
Name: Cymbals Eat Guitars Progress Report: Psych-pop freakologists go for an even bigger sound on sophomore release, Lenses Alien. When Cymbals Eat Guitars released Why There Are Mountains back…   Read Story »
“Rifle Sight (Proper Name)" is the 8-minute opener from Cymbals Eat Guitars' John Agnello-produced sophomore collection Lenses Alien, which the press release notes includes vocals from 3/4 of the…   Read Story »
This past weekend Larmer Tree Gardens, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, hosted the fifth annual End Of The Road Festival. This year's lineup continued the festival's peripheral deviation from its folk,…   Read Story »