Triple Eye Industries

A Noise Rock Record Label based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

6-song 12″ vinyl, pressed on Coke-bottle clear, standard weight vinyl by United Record Pressing. The jacket screen-printed on French Paper by Bureau of Print Research and Design. Includes digital download card.


  1. Dues
  2. Fuck Magicians
  3. Cobbler
  4. Hitch
  5. Boxcutter
  6. Black

recorded June 22, 2013
engineered and mixed by
Martin Defatte at Guerrilla Digital, Milwaukee, WI.
mastered by Justin Perkins for The Mystery Room Mastering
vinyl mastering by Dave Eck for Lucky Dave Lacquers, Madison, WI.
artwork by Francisco Ramirez for Bureau of Print Research and Design

100 on Coke-bottle clear (75 available from Volunteer, 25 from Underground Communique) SOLD OUT
200 on black (75 available from Volunteer, 125 from Underground Communique)
5 test pressings



available formats: 12 inch, digital
release date: October 15, 2013
co-released with:
  • Underground Communiqué Records; Chicago, IL


If you have good taste and like things like Unsane, Young Widows, Deadguy, Helmet, tacos, and beer, then you will want to blast this through your earholes.


The output of the split with Buildings is an opportunity to look at the beginnings of Volunteer and discover a posteriori that this group was in the womb at birth. In their native Milwaukee, Volunteer started at three. Baritone guitarist who also gives voice, bassist, drummer, the three musicians were not their first musical experience. Former full of groups whose single Forstella Ford really tells me something. This entry hits with Volunteer on this first EP with six tracks, it is the sound that sails lower than dirt. A hyper low tuning to a center of gravity that is struggling to get rid of the mud in which it seems stuck. Recorded by bassist Martin Defatte, this noise-rock-sludge is so heavy it has all the trouble to take off. And as the compositions do not break the house down, you end up with a disk paving the way in the territory of Unsane, Melvins, early Helmet and other basic post-hardcore groups but which is not yet in up to these intentions. Some titles like Cobbler and Hitch however showed that the best was to Volunteer.

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