Destination Lonely – Nervous Breakdown is available via Voodoo Rhythm Records.
by Walter Price
What happens when you take a 1960s psych-rock staple and put it through a gnarly dystopian garage rock blender? You’ll find yourself in Destination Lonely’s dark twisted reimagining of The Trogg’s ’66 “I Want You”. A chugging bluesy slowburn that won’t fully crescendo, rather, it drags you through a distorted soundscape and lets you feel every nuance of the impending torment. Leaving you on the side of the road, possessed, wanting more…
“I Want You” is from the band’s ‘Nervous Breakdown’ LP. Available now via Voodoo Rhythm Records. Compare the two versions, below.
Band photo via Facebook
DL video made by Beat-man
Marco Fatal (guitar / vocal)
Lo’Spider (guitar / back vocal / organ / percussion)
Wlad (drums / percussions)