Plague of the Planet
Harriers of Disord
Plague of the Planet 4:320:00/4:32
“Harriers of Discord totes a notable resume, including a shared bill with Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker, a South by Southwest appearance and a slot at the Las Vegas music festival, Punk Rock Bowling.” - Elyza Hill
“When I first listened to …And They Did Live, I couldn’t believe that I never heard it before. My disbelief stemmed from this: it was really, really good.” - Noah Levy
— The Riff
“Harriers Of Discord harkens back to the sounds of the 70s and bands like Jefferson Airplane and the Runaways. And the Kill Bill soundtrack.”
“[The Sale of Indulgence] Leaning into south-western desert pop punk – this songs feels a little like an updating of the classic “Mexican Radio” by Wall of Voodoo. Which is our highest praise – for another strange catchy musical trip. Spitting lyrics and picking at this bouncy hook-laden song – and walking the line of madness. ” - John Kennedy
This is a song about slick tongues and talking your way around anything. It was inspired by fence-walkers and the inability to see things for what they are. Velvet Tongue is the second single to be released from the upcoming album, Plague of the Planet. It's a wild roller-coaster of a journey with a sound that's unique to itself, from punk to prog to metal to surf, topped with rapid fire vocals that are reminiscent of Grace Slick and dripping wet guitar leads, pumping bass and whiplash drums.
S.O.S. By Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus, and Stig Anderson Copyright Universal - Polygram International Pub. Inc. and EMI Grove Park Music o/b/o Union Songs A.B.
cover by Harriers of Discord Guitar & vocals: Aimee Jacob Oliver Bass Guitar: Duane Pico Drums: Marcus Trujillo
Recorded and mixed by Aimee Jacob Oliver with Deactivist Studios Mastered by Siddarth Ayaganapathy Saravanan and Deactivist Studios