1992 is here.

Hear it on Spotify, Apple Music, and beyond:

https://fanlink.to/1992

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Vanyaland writes:

Today (June 21), as we begin our swan dive into societal dystopia, RIBS (finally) resurface with “1992”, a monster new single of mechanical wonder that serves as an assertive, if not outright menacing, return to our collective waking daydreams. The track was produced and engineered by Ayad Al Adhamy in New York City, and it’s entire 4:33 runtime is a thrashing torrent of post-industrial guitar-rock that swirls around RIBS’ uncanny ability to create sinister sounds that also, somehow, feel so warm and comforting at its core.

What a wait.

But what a return.

See also: review from Too Much Love

Friday.

RIBS – "1992" Out Friday 6/21

Friday.

Posted by RIBS on Wednesday, June 19, 2019

“1992” Out June 21st

UPDATE: this song is now out everywhere.

To be the first to hear our new song, pre-save below (Spotify/Apple Music), or pre-order on Bandcamp.

New Music Soon

Strangers coming Fall 2019. Stay tuned.

Recording at Diamond City Studio

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For those of you who have been asking where we’ve been.

Here’s the beginning of the answer:

From Vanyaland‘s article Boston Brains: With Renewed Focus and a New Record in the Works, RIBS Return as a Duo

With Sunday’s Swervedriver show fast approaching, we asked them where the hell they’ve been for the past two years. Turns out, that Queens show was a turning point.

“When I joined RIBS, Keith told me his dream was to open for Queens of the Stone Age,” says Oquist. “When that finally happened, and I told that story to the security guard outside the venue, he said ‘sounds like it’s time for a new dream.’ Driving back, that sunk in a bit. It was time for a new dream. The next thing we release is going to set us on a course. We needed focus. We decided to spend all our time writing. Blake [Fusilier, bassist] set off to pursue a solo career; we decided not to resurface until we’d made some real progress. So this isn’t a reunion. We never left. This has been a period of redefinition and rediscovery. We’ve been grinding.”

Adds Freund: “Momentum can be a beautiful thing but it can also be dangerous. Sometimes your momentum can swallow you up. We made a conscious decision to let that go in order to take some time to reflect on what the future could sound like.”

Boston Show with Swervedriver

We missed you.
We’ve got new songs.
We’re opening for shoegaze legends Swervedriver.
No school the next morning.
Not a bad way to come home.

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Details:

  • 9/6 @ The Sinclair – Boston, MA
  • 18+
  • Afterparty with DJ sets by Mikey of Swervedriver and Michael V (free // 21+)
  • Buy Tickets

Something Wicked on DVD & On Demand

For those of you who didn’t get a chance to see it in theaters, psychological thriller Something Wicked (Shantel VanSanten, Brittany Murphy) is now out on DVD and On Demand, featuring “Queen of Hearts”

VIDEO: Richmond Show w/ Queens of the Stone Age

“Queen of Hearts” in Film Something Wicked, Hits Theaters Today

Starting today, you can hear our song “Queen of Hearts” in the new psychological thriller Something Wicked featuring the late Brittany Murphy (Sin City, Clueless, Girl, Interrupted) in her final performance.

Showing in LA and Las Vegas. See showtimes