monday, march 16, 2015
We got a bunch of shows March through May in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. We'll be playing with awesome bands including Black Cobra, White Barons, Mothers Whiskey, Pale Ape, Last Days of Ancient Sunlight, and Qui.
Speaking of bands that are good, we recently played down in L.A. with an Autralian band called Clowns who were visiting for SXSW. These guys are solid players and their live show has fantastic energy. Check them out. Also on the stage was Brief Lives and holy crap, are these guys great -- they channel some of our favorite 90s influences, like Helmet and Quicksand and shit. If they come to your town, GO SEE THEM.
thursday, oct 9, 2014
Our new 8-song album "Missiles" is available via CDBaby, iTunes, or you can download it via Bandcamp. Thanks to Greg Francis and Studio SQ (engineering), Scott Evans from Antisleep (mixing), and Mike Wells down in L.A. (mastering.)
There's also still a handful of "Karoshi" 7-inch vinyl left. It's available through our online store, you can listen and order it through our Bandcamp page, or via iTunes. There's an extra track on the digital version!
DRUG CRUSADE // LIVE AT DISASTROID REHEARSAL STUDIOS // 2013
"If you ask Disastroid to describe themselves they may just shrug you off. Bring them your sludge-rock fans, metalheads, and jaded hipsters; they're not above or below any of you."
- Thrasher Magazine
HAPPY CHANNEL // A VIDEO BY ENVER KONEYA // 2013
"This is what you get if you put Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, and Melvins into a blender and hit mix. With balls-out Cornell-like vocals, jagged bouncy rhythms, a bit of deafening sludge and an aura of awesomeness, Disastroid will have you stomping your feed and bashing your head in no time."
"...Fucking awesome. The perfect mix of Harvey Milk, Jesus Lizard, Melvins, nomeansno, and Danzig all while tuning it to their own unique sound. It was everything that has been good about rock music and what is good about rock music now. I highly recommend these guys and it was nice to be completely blown away by an opening band I had never heard a note from before."
- Speed Glue and Music
GAMERA // A VIDEO BY ENVER KONEYA // 2013