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A Place To Bury Strangers' new album, Transfixiation, comes out Feb. 17.
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February 8, 2015 There's a new-found tightness in the band's attack that's as refreshing as it is menacing. Destructive and dreamy, Transfixiation is the sound of APTBS turning its demolitionist tactics on itself.
Raphael Saadiq (upper left), The Joy Formidable (upper right), WILD FLAG (bottom)
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March 13, 2011 The annual music festival in Austin, Texas, is just around the corner, and will feature performances from nearly 2,000 artists. This week on All Songs Considered, Bob Boilen, Robin Hilton, Stephen Thompson and Ann Powers discuss which acts they're most excited to see.
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October 19, 2009 "In Your Heart" feels like a glorious throwback to the cathartic new-wave singles of decades past. With it, A Place to Bury Strangers returns rock to where it sometimes belongs: to the claustrophobic basement clubs where volume, sweat, passion and a couple of drinks make for an intoxicating world of their own.
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