Straight outta Colesville, Maryland, Two Inch Astronaut have post-punk, D.C.-hardcore on lock.
Recording as a duo with Sam Rosenberg on vocals, guitar and bass tracks and drummer Matt Gatwood on well, anything else, Two Inch Astronaut is just raw, ebbing and flowing, high-energy rock. Foulbrood, released November 25, is Two Inch Astronaut’s follow-up to 2013’s debut Bad Brother, and it’s fresh and entertaining from start to finish.
Foulbrood has no dull moments…no filler tracks to pass the time. Every song on the album reps Two Inch Astronaut completely. We’ve all had those times when we’ve recommended a band to a friend, and suggested or insisted they check out a specific song first. But Two Inch Astronaut’s Foulbrood is not like that. Every song could be played as a full representation of this band. One listen-through and you’ll want to check ’em out live.
This semester’s Diagnosis has featured one of the largest varieties of artists to date. Tune in tonight at 10 p.m. on 90.5 FM or wusc.sc.edu to hear us close out the semester with some favorites from the last few weeks as well as the perfect statement closer–Two Inch Astronaut.