Band name of the year candidate Godcaster have released a new single. "Apparition of the Virgin Mary in my Neighborhood" is a bizarro freak out of a rock song. They seem to take from experimental rock in all of its forms to create a sound truly unique to them. It's loud and heavy rock, and even has some fairly mainstream elements to it, but this is way too weird for your Foo Fighters listening friends, which is their loss. There's plenty of the bleeps and bloops required in experimental rock these days, so check that box. And "Apparition of the Virgin Mary in my Neighborhood" is impossibly funky. This song just grooves. Of course, all of this is in Godcaster's own special way, so really don't expect to hear anything all that familiar here, although it's still somehow familiar despite all that.
You can listen to "Apparition of the Virgin Mary in my Neighborhood" below. For more on Godcaster, check them out on Facebook and Twitter. Current tour dates are below the song.
3/6 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer w/ Of Montreal, Lily's Band
3/7 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Collision
3/8 - Youngstown, OH @ West Side Bowl
3/10 - Mansfield, OH @ Mothership
3/11 - Ypsilanti, MI @ Ziggy's
3/13 - Chicago, IL @ VCR Gallery
3/14 - Chicago, IL @ Charm School
3/15 - Oberlin, OH WOBC Radio Session
3/20 - Brooklyn, NY @ Trans-Pecos
3/21 - White Plains, NY @ SUNY Purchase
3/27 - Boston, MA @ The Tourist Trap
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