STERILE JETS – “FIRESIDE DRIVE”
NO GODS NO LOSS (MAY 4, 2017)
March 22, 2017
Sterile Jets make music that doesn’t conform to a single style or genre, with lyrics that mirror the struggles the band, and their fans, confront on a daily basis. The band – singer/guitarist Robert Bly Moore, singer/bass player Wm. Partnoff and drummer GS Bean – is a true democracy. They compose and arrange every song to bring out its best elements, delving deeply into punk, post rock and metal, with stimulating side trips into grunge and even pop. The result is a winning combination of noise and melody, romanticism and irony, love and anger that captures the complexities of everyday American life. Those looking for music steeped in the courage, honesty and energy of punk’s primal explosion will find it in the uncompromising sounds of the Sterile Jets.
“No Gods No Loss was written during a point of collective turmoil. We were grappling with chaos, the death of close friends and toxic relationships, and dealing with a world that was inwardly and outwardly turning upside-down. That uncertainty comes out on the record. The songs have a lot of anger and darkness. We didn’t write it with preconceived notions of what it should sound like. We just did our best to give you something raw, that was truly us at that moment.” ~ Robert Bly Moore