Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)
Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)
Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)
Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)
Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)
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Desert Sharks “Baby’s Gold Death Stadium” LTD LP (2019)

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Details: Desert Sharks debut album! Substitute Scene Records (2019). Gold vinyl. This record is new but will be shipped open (from artist autographing cover). Autographs include current band members Stephanie Gunther (vocals, bass), Rebecca Fruchter (drums), and Sunny Veniero (guitar).

Description: "Brooklyn’s Desert Sharks have been melting faces across the borough for the better part of the last decade, making an impact largely through their blistering and indelible live performances. Therefore, it’s entirely appropriate that the title of their debut album, Baby’s Gold Death Stadium, incorporates a number of storied local venues from both the past and present as an homage to the stages they’ve slain since their formation. The record, which is due for release on September 27 via Bushwick-based label Substitute Scene Records, is the culmination of years spent honing their craft and developing a hard-edged sound that’s uniquely their own. 

On Baby’s Gold Death Stadium, the quartet captures their high-energy live show in a ferocious 12-song collection that oozes with spirit, tenacity, and might. The band’s signature blend of punk, grunge, and garage echoes ’90s staples like L7, Tad, and Babes In Toyland on overdrive for a series of propulsive guitar-driven tracks, starting with singles “Sorceress,” “Dating?” and “I Don’t Know How To Dress For The Apocalypse.”

That forcefulness and fire bubbles below the surface for the robust “Volcano” before exploding on later tracks like the hook-filled “Serpent” and the searing melodies on “Dead Weight.”

The record runs the gamut in terms of lyrical themes with the uplifting rallying cry of “Sorceress,” the tongue-in-cheek doom day lamenting “I Don’t Know How To Dress For The Apocalypse,” and the Daria referencing “Sick Sad World.” All of which reflect the contemporary disillusionment that many feel in today’s world.

With almost five years between releases, fans of Desert Sharks have waited patiently for their debut record. After one listen to Baby’s Good Death Stadium, it’s safe to say it was worth the wait."--Tom Gallo, Bushwick Daily

Grade: M (New stock)


A1. Sorceress
A2. I Don't Know How To Dress For The Apocalypse
A3. Dating?
A4. Don't Be Shy, Alicia
A5. Volcano
A6. For Loneliness Sake


B1. Trust
B2. Seasick
B3. Sick Sad World
B4. Serpent
B5. Dead Weight
B6. Dead Rat Cake Shop