The Dirty Nil’s ‘Pain of Infinity’ Is Raw, Sad Canadian Rock

7 17 18 The Dirty NilThe Dirty Nil’s ‘Pain of Infinity’ is raw, sad Canadian rock music with a slight twang to it. On stage, “guitarist/vocalist Luke Bentham, bassist Ross Miller, and drummer Kyle Fisher will juxtapose their muscular, venomous riffs and clap-along choruses with stories from the road,” they say. These quirky narratives include, “good-natured run-ins with the cops and impromptu stripteases in German Christmas Markets.” These guys have toured with the likes of The Menzingers and Alexisonfire. As expected, they have a lot in common with those groups. There’s something folky about them, but at the same time – like many Ontarians before them – they are masters of fusing an accessible pop sensibility with a raw, hard approach. This band is actually awesome. Check out ‘Pain of Infinity’ below!

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Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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