Burnside Album Details

Veldt, The, Entropy Is The Mainline To God

The Chavis brothers’ roots lead to the church and southern juke-joints, and to music that included gospel, Motown and Pink Floyd. The Veldt formed in the late 80’s in Raleigh amongst the legendary North Carolina music scene of the time, performing across Europe and the U.S. with the likes of Throwing Muses, Pixies, Cocteau Twins, and Jesus & Mary Chain. The major labels left the band on their own after the release of their 1994 LP Afrodisiac. 1998 saw the release of “Love at First Hate,” the band’s last LP prior to changing their name to Apollo Heights. The band returned under their original moniker and have been steadily releasing singles and EP’s since. With the release of the new full-length, The Veldt is demonstrating that they have no intention of slowing down. This album is pressed on 140 gram clear vinyl.