Text in englischer Sprache verfügbarBest known as the frontman for the acclaimed post-punk, grindcore, and experimental noise rock outfit Daughters, Alexis Marshall struck out on his own in 2021 with the release of his unnerving debut solo effort, House of Lull. House of When. A native of Providence, Rhode Island, Marshall co-founded Daughters in 2001 after the dissolution of his previous band As the Sun Sets. Looking to break away from the room-clearing deathcore vocal style of ATSS, Marshall adopted a more melodic, though no less jarring approach to his work with Daughters. Debuting in 2002 with an eponymous minimalist noisecore EP, Daughters' sound grew more expansive on subsequent efforts Canada Songs (2003), Hell Songs (2006), Daughters (2010), and the seminal You Won't Get What You Want (2018), the latter of which incorporated elements of no-wave, post-punk, and experimental noise rock. In 2021 Marshall issued his first solo album, House of Lull. House of When. Recorded at the Machines with Magnets studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island with You Won't Get What You Want producer Seth Manchester, the largely improvised and industrial, noise- and drone-leaning set featured contributions from Jonathan Syverson (Daughters), Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota) and Evan Patterson (Jaye Jayle, Young Widows).
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