Holy Eyeball Vinyl…
We didn’t even have time to post about the limited edition HUMAN EYEball vinyl because that baby sold out in an hour!
You can order Human Eye 4: Into Unknown on black vinyl direct from Goner Records or pick it up at your most cherished local record store on May 14th.
Latest and best from Detroit space-damaged mind travelers HUMAN EYE! Timmy Vulgar and company have no peers in solid Sabbath / Motor City-based sonic sludge. Packaged in a wild gate-fold sleeve with lyrics and graphics that will reward hours of close scrutiny.
Reviews are starting to come in and so far, so GREAT. 4: Into Unknown charted in the Top 15 Most Added for CMJ, premiered in the CMJ Top 200 this week and Spin is streaming the album in its entirety NOW!
Reviews for Human Eye 4: Into Unknown
“Frontman/consummate showman Timmy Vulgar leads the foursome through nine filthy, throbbing tracks that incorporate psych-stamped acid freakouts, prog-ready sci-fi synthesizers, and the kind of blistering guitar fuzz one would expect.” – Kyle McGovern, Spin
“When it comes to having to slog through a batch of au currant psychedelics, I’ll hang with these Martian monsters anytime.” – Eric Davidson, Agit Reader
“Some pretty terrific, scuzzed-out UFO-rock from Tim Vulgar, also of Timmy’s Organism. Human Eye are more direct than that project (though just barely), and are still dripping with gunk and smeared with Vulgar’s beery vocals. God bless ‘em forever.” – J. Edward Keyes, eMusic
“The quartet remains true to the fury that makes them popular with their psych-rock fans. Perhaps even more furious.” – WRST Music
“While Human Eye’s music fits within the margins of stoner rock and pulls from the gut-punching, crash ‘n’ bash foundation of hard rock from the late ’60s to the mid-’70s; unlike many of their peers they are capable of intermingling their own exciting influence, rather than just delivering simple hero worship. A solid romp straight through, 4: Into Unknown is the closest the band has come to making high ambitions and dumb rock meet comfortably.” - Jason Lymangrover, AllMusic
“Human Eye takes their own approach to classic influences and stomps on the gas pedal while aiming straight ahead. The results sound fresh in an age of immense audio clutter.” – Chuck Coffey, Tight Globes
“The “alien punk” with which he began, as Vulgar called it, has definitely transformed into something much heavier, more heavy . Were never really a typical band punk, never sought only the speed and simplicity were content. But with 4: Into Unknown seems to finally reach a definitive sound, solid and compact.” – Lo-Fi Your Brains Out (translated)