The Bastards of Fate – Vampires Are Real and Palpable Vinyl Review

Sounding like very few bands around today, on The Bastards of Fate’s sophomore record (Vampires Are Real And Palpable), they offer up a perfect example of how refreshingly creative a group can be if they simply don’t give a fuck about pleasing anyone but themselves. Over the course of just 10 songs, the Roanoke-based band pull apart pop, psychedelic and college rock and then twist and force it into their own contorted, brilliantly misshapen, but bracingly original genre.  Continue reading “The Bastards of Fate – Vampires Are Real and Palpable Vinyl Review”