Burden Limbs - 'In The Flesh' Official Release 1 August 2021

Back in November, Glasshouse's resident miserable jank brigade Burden Limbs filmed and recorded a live session which was broadcasted over a 24 hour period via the Dutch psyche streaming network Supernova Sect a few months later.

The time has now come to announce that 'In The Flesh' is officially released today over on our Bandcamp!

'In The Flesh' is the first follow up to Burden Limbs' 2019 debut EP 'There is No Escape', which see's the band fully-formed and ready to surprise new and returning fans with their jarring and unsettling mammoth wall of noise.

Clocking in just over 28 minutes, 'In The Flesh' is a live recording of four raw and emotionally intense tracks, recorded in one day at Strongroom Studios and for the first time features the band's new second bassist Edmund Dable-Heath and new drummer George Bailey contributing to their sound. This live album debuts two new songs from forthcoming releases as well renditions of the previous EP tracks ‘Hypochondriac’ and ‘Burden Limbs’.

The band’s founder Chad Murray has this to say about the release: “Our focus has become to consistently reach a higher standard with our output and to not only reach new listeners but, also to demonstrate to existing listeners that we are not a band in its infancy but, a band in its prime with a lot to prove”

'In The Flesh' is out now Bandcamp for pay-what-you-want alongside an accompanying t-shirt.


For Breakfast - Loud and Quiet Interview 7 July 2021

It's now been just over one year since we released For Breakfast's killer debut EP 'Songs In The Key of O'!

Happy birthday!

For those who missed the print version, the band recently spoke with Loud and Quiet Magazine for an in-depth interview and photoshoot.

"For Breakfast is now a self-sustaining machine; one that can survive the comings and goings of a bunch of 20-somethings. Depending on who is part of the group at any given time, it adapts, morphs and evolves into something unrecognisable from what came before."

Read the full interview here.

BELK - 'UMPIRE' Review - Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life 3 June 2021

Big thanks to Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life (GBHBL) for giving BELK - UMPIRE a whopping 8/10 and a brilliant review to accompany.

"We love a bit of noise rock here at GBHBL, so BELK are on to a winner right off the bat. Then you hear it and you wonder where this band has been all your life? BELK deliver four deeply challenging slabs of bad-mannered noise on this EP and it is so exciting to hear."


BELK - 'UMPIRE' Pre-order 14 May 2021

After announcing our the most recent addition to the Glasshouse roster a few months back, it's finally come around to announce that the re-issue pre-orders of BELK - 'UMPIRE' is now live on our Bandcamp.

"UMPIRE is a hefty 4-track EP clocking in at just over 11 minutes, vicious, upfront and straight to the point, re-issued for the first time on limited edition two colour cassette tapes accompanied by a limited run of t-shirts designed by guitarist Alex F Pearson. This EP super heavy, abrasive and savage racket which needs to be listened to at maximum volume and is guaranteed to jump right out the speakers."

Pre-orders will run until official release date on Friday 4th June.

Burden Limbs - In The Flesh - Review by Echoes and Dust 5 May 2021

A lovely surprise earlier today to see that Matt Daniels from Echoes and Dust has written this lovely review on Burden Limbs - In The Flesh.

"In the Flesh is an audacious move from a band who have yet to release a full-length album and who are still establishing themselves in this genre… a move that actually pays off in spades as this duo of audial and visual treats packs a punch and showcases a band at the top of their creative game."

Read the full review here

Burden Limbs - In The Flesh - Review by Wolves In The Drone Doom 4 May 2021

Will from Wolves In The Drone Doom reviewed Burden Limbs - In The Flesh on their 'New Spins' review today. A wonderful review and thank you WITDD for your continued support!

"Definitely one of the best live sessions I've heard during this period, and if the lo-fi nature of some of Burden Limbs recorded material doesn't quite grab you, then give In The Flesh a spin and hopefully you'll be hooked."