Indian Jewelry formed in Houston, Texas in 2002 out of the ashes of noise-rock collective Swarm of Angels. They have changed their name several times; some of the best ones are Corpses of Waco and Perpetual War Party Band. Known for their insane live shows where they perform in the dark with only a single strobe light, as well as their incessant touring, Indian Jewelry is the perfect soundtrack for a bad acid trip. “Going South” was originally featured on Sangles Redux in 2005, with an extended version included on their 2006 release Invasive Exotics. They plan to release their latest, Sufi Headbanger, this September on Girlgang Records.



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