Uzeda is a four piece from Catania, Sicily, known for it's close proximity to Mt. Etna, a volcano so consistently explosive that it makes the most obvious and closest comparison to Uzeda's music. The songs they create ebb and flow like molten lava. "The Sicilian agro-math quartet doesn't just keep up with it's American counterparts; it transcends the expectations of fans and tour mates Shellac, Fugazi, and June of 44. And at moments... The album is one of the most intense things producer Steve Albini has put his name on since Big Black" - Chicago Reader.
What I Mean When I Called
Time Below Zero
From The Book Of Skies
Steam, Rain, And Other Stuff
This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.