Everything Is Forever is, ultimately, a worthy new signpost for the Amerindie underground. Four Stars.” —BLURT Magazine
"Black Helicopter, “Everything is Forever” (Limited Appeal) This Boston quartet shared a practice space with Mission of Burma, a fact worthy of mention since the four songs comprising this EP are aptly described as punk derived, intelligent and unaffected indie rock. A sound not so common today, one could’ve encountered variations on this recipe rather easily anytime from ’88 into the first half of the new century, which is when these guys released their debut. Subsequently, they were on Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace label for a while. Lineup changes have ensued, but sharpness remains. A-"
-The Vinyl District
released May 19, 2017
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