Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release from the Memphis Indie Punk rockers. In early 2011, five people joined forces to start a Punk Rock band. They each came from different scenes: Hardcore, Psychedelic, and various flavors of Indie Pop. Following the release of two killer singles under the name Sex Cult, they were faced with a lawsuit from a similarly named and very aggressive techno label in New York City. So Sex Cult became Ex-Cult. Playing a series of house parties and gigs in dive bars, Ex-Cult honed their sound: A Punk Rock sweet spot that incorporates angular Post-Punk, flying saucer fuzz guitar, snotty vocals and bash-your-head-in energy. A show at SXSW caught the attention of indie wonderkind Ty Segall, and the two began making plans to record in San Francisco. This is the end result: A debut album that takes the living energy of their show and crams it onto the grooves of an LP.