Pleistocene’s fifth full length LP released this summer. The Rochester band has been busy over the last three years since its formation. Their latest work “Spear”, is to be released on cassette via the local “Casual Punks” label.
Emerging from the twisted wreckage of the Pliocene Epoch, Rochester New York’s Pleistocene heralded an era of planetary cooling and mammalian megafauna. Pleistocene is a five piece who love to rock, playing fuzzed out jams that will make you say, “yeah.” Formed by Katie Preston (vocals, guitar) in 2013 along with Erick Perrine (guitar), they set to work releasing four albums in three years, with a fifth on the way. In 2014, they enlisted Grammy-Winning engineer Stephen Roessner to record their next album Ontario Girls and play live on drums. They were joined by Casual Punks label founder, Matt Werts on bass. The final piece of the puzzle was the addition of Cammy Enaharo (vocals, Omnichord). Check out their latest 7” release titled Space Trap out on Cherish Records and their full upcoming full length, Spear, released by the Casual Punk label on cassette only.
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