Hot Snakes Return with New Album ‘Jericho Sirens’

Sub Pop Records post-punk rockers Hot snakes is officially coming out of retirement with a new full length project!

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Sub Pop Records post-hardcore rockers Hot Snakes are making their musical come back after a full fourteen year hiatus with forthcoming album, Jericho Sirens.

Swami John Reis and Rick Froberg have been making noises together since high school. In 1986 it was the post-hardcore chime of Pitchfork. In 1991 it was the sprawling, multi-faceted arrangements of Drive Like Jehu. In 1999 it was the lean, mean swagger of Hot Snakes. Reis and Froberg are responsible for some of the most turbulent rock and roll of their, or any, generation.

Hot Snakes streamlined Jehu’s complex compositions and emerged as bona fide downstroke warlords. They made 3 studio albums of high-velocity, slash-your-face, piss-punk: 2000’s Automatic Midnight, 2002’s Suicide Invoice and 2004’s Audit in Progress. The band ceased activity in 2005 but reunited for a triumphant world tour in 2011, planting the seeds for what has cum. Now, after a 14-year hiatus from the studio, Hot Snakes have kicked down the door back into our lives with their new album, Jericho Sirens, due out March 16.

Take a listen to their new single, “Six Wave Hold-Down” below!

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