Have some beautiful, uplifting grungy goodness from The Dirty Nil. This is absolutely awesome stuff.
It used to be that The Dirty Nil’s advantage over all other rock ‘n’ roll bands was that they had punchier riffs, sharper hooks, and snazzier collared shirts. But now that the world is in isolation mode, the Hamilton, ON trio can exploit yet another unique asset – the fact that singer/guitarist Luke Bentham, bassist Ross Miller, and drummer Kyle Fisher all live together in the same house. As a result, the Nil have been able to regularly convene and put the finishing touches on their next album – the follow-up to their 2018 Juno Award-nominated crusher Master Volume – without having to worry about social distancing, face masks, or their 40-minute Zoom time limit running out.