Despite the fact that Silver Abuse has shared its distinctive style of punk noise and no-wave resonance in Chicago since 1977, it remains a modern band making now sounds. Their second full album, “Consider The Pigeon,” has been two years in the making and it‘s definitely been worth the wait. Pressed into crisp black vinyl (or gleaming CD) for your eager consumption, this newest work is certainly the band's finest to date. If you haven’t been listening to Silver Abuse already, this album will leave you wondering why you haven’t been all along.
released June 10, 2016
Silver Abuse is William Meehan: vocals, slide guitar; Camilo Gonzalez: bass guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals; Paul Chabala: guitar, backing vocals, sax; Davide Purdie: keyboards, backing vocals, trombone, trumpet; Robert Porché Jr: drums, backing vocals, bongos.
Recorded at Doctor Schwa's Hit Factory. Engineered by Paul Chabala, produced by Paul Chabala and Silver Abuse. No sampling, No Midi, No Pro Tools, No Auto Tune, no computer. Recorded analog and mastered to tape because analog is reality.