The United Sons of Toil
Precision Midwestern noise-rock delivered by populist theoreticians.
Post-art-rock quartet mixing electric cello and electric violin, analogue synthesizer, bass, drums and strong vocals that sound like Steve Albini singing Codeine songs. "Chicago quartet The Paver bridge the gap between baroque art pop and funeral metal. The combination is oddly comforting.
The Pavers’ dramatic dueling male and female co-vocalists, rumbling bass mixed with cello and menacing synths is the perfect outlet for all your seething aggression." --Loud Loop Press
Just when you think El Valiente is all about limitless desert vistas and parched bones glowing in the moonlight, they let loose with an explosion of guitars that takes you back to the glory days of post-punk.