IYEZ is an amorphous beast, seeking only rock and roll in its most free and natural state.
The band seems to shun boundaries—drifting between blasted-out punk, heavy caveman
dirges, and dreamy psychedelic drones. Together they harness a hypnotizing
blend of howling and melodic vocals, searing attacks, and deep, dense rhythms.
IYEZ releases include a noisy, loop-dense, low-fi self-titled EP from 2010, followed in
2011 by Smoke Signals—a big, lurching monster of a record full of echo-dripping sound
collages, pounding boom-rock, and anxiety-filled punk. In 2013 IYEZ released Psychic
Jungle, an explosive mind-fuck of rock and roll that digs deeper into the band’s
psyche—dark, confident, free—and all wrapped up in a hypnotic blanket of fuzz.
The band’s latest release is WOR$HIP, a 4-song EP dual-released by Brooklyn’s Colonel
Records and Sinking Spaceship Recordings. WOR$HIP is the band’s tightest, most
pointed music yet, it is also arguably their most jaw-droppingly in your face. The EP is available
now on a limited release of cassettes.