Life In Vacuum 'All You Can Quit' out now!
Toronto-based trio LIFE IN VACUUM have just released their pummeling new full-length, All You Can Quit. Produced by Josh Korody (Fucked Up, Dilly Dally, Weaves), the 11 new tracks on All You Can Quit showcase the pinnacle of Life in Vacuum’s dynamic sound to date, shifting seamlessly from raw aggression to intricate and ethereal delicacy – always musical, always awesome. Having just capped off a run of shows in Mexico in support of their new LP, the band will play a hometown show tonight at Baby G and a show tomorrow at Chainsaw in Waterloo, before heading on an extensive European run. Life in Vacuum will return to North America in June for a slew of dates in the U.S and Canada. The Canadian portion of the tour will kick off on June 15 in Victoria and will include a performance at this year’s Sled Island festival in Calgary, AB.
All You Can Quit finds Life In Vacuum refining their mix of abrasive guitars, reverb-drenched atmosphere, and surprisingly hooky vocals, while also exploring a new spectrum of dynamics. It's an album about trying to leave behind the baggage of the past in order to look forward to a brighter future--a sentiment that inadvertently calls back to a time before Life In Vacuum existed. The band is led by brothers Ross and Sasha Chornyy, who immigrated to Canada from the Ukraine in 2004. Their parents were seeking a better life for their children, even if it meant leaving behind family and friends to start a whole new life. While the choice could not have been an easy one, it certainly paid off, albeit in an unexpected form. The two brothers have now had the opportunity to travel the world playing music, or as Sasha cheekily puts it: "they hoped we would become doctors and lawyers, yet here we are in a band, driving around the country selling t-shirts for two dollars more then we made them for!"
All You Can Quit is now available to purchase/stream HERE.