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My Uncle the Wolf

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My Uncle the Wolf @ Myspace

"My Uncle The Wolf began with one goal: to be as dangerous and unpredictable as possible. This is most visible in the group's live shows where everything from the complete destruction of equipment, to twenty-minute improvisational jams have taken place, all while refusing to play the same set list twice.

My Uncle The Wolf have carried this idea into the writing and recording of songs as well. After spending the better part of two months isolated in their rehearsal space, the group traveled to New Orleans to record away from the monotony of their lives at home. With the help of friend and mentor Jimmy Bower (Down, EYEHATEGOD, Superjoint Ritual) who played bass and produced the debut effort, My Uncle The Wolf achieved their goal by surprising themselves at how much their own music had evolved. Musically, the group has a defined sound amidst all the chaos. The My Uncle The Wolf album has something of a classic atmosphere to it. They've found a label home with Cargo Records. The release date is on March 21st , 2008. As an album, it is merely a snapshot of perpetually transforming art. There are few groups today that this can be said about with sincerity: when listening to My Uncle The Wolf, expect the unexpected "

-M.P. Deevers

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