Toronto's noisiest punks, Life In Vacuum, have shared "Jazz", the pummeling opening track from their upcoming full length, All You Can Quit, due out April 27th via New Damage Records. The song begins with a misleadingly eerie passage before exploding into the raw guitars and massive drums that make up the core of Life In Vacuum's raucous sound.
Life In Vacuum is spearheaded by brothers Ross and Sasha Chornyy, who immigrated to Canada from the Ukraine in 2004. Their parents were seeking a better life for their children--who found it in the unexpected form of traveling the world playing their noise-driven brand of punk with Life In Vacuum. All You Can Quit is an album about trying to improve ones life, even if that means making hard choices about what parts of it need to be left behind, a sentiment that inadvertently ties into their parent's story. Sonically the album finds the band refining their mix of abrasive guitars, reverb-drenched atmosphere, and surprisingly hooky vocals, while also exploring a new spectrum of dynamics.