FOLLOWING the announcement that they had returned to the studio late last year, Glasgow outfit The New Fabian Society are getting ready to drop their new EP ‘Choke’ before the end of the month with the release of this blistering new track ‘F.U.K’.

Known to specialise in loud and aggressive post-industrial punk, it will not disappoint those who have followed the band since the release of their debut EP five years ago. While it is perhaps one of their more accessible offerings to date, it still possesses the same overriding darkness and ferocious intensity of their previous work, effectively whipping itself into a sonic assault of thunderous proportions from the outset.

Driven forward by hard-hitting rhythms, the pounding bassline creates a dark and relentless fuzz under Michael Fabian’s aggressive vocal performance. Becoming increasingly forceful and intense as it progresses, searing guitars and crashing percussion lend an industrial abrasiveness to the track before it reaches its frantic finale.

The three-piece have big plans for the year ahead, promising to ‘have as much content up in 2017 as physically possible’. They play Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh this coming Saturday (14th January) for Control Social Club alongside Future Glue, Bluebirds and Pleasure Heads where they are set to play some new material from the upcoming EP.