Tuesday, March 31, 2009

CMJ 200

WOW! Language of Threat reached #189 on the cmj 200 charts. Is that grounds for a Eula wikipedia article? ha.

Thanks to all those hard-working, music hungry college kids:)

Friday, March 27, 2009


Brooklyn Paper's SMASH OR TRASH Team is at it once again - Find out what happens when they review FIGHT RIFF!

Thursday, March 26, 2009

FensePost Album Review...

Eula: Language Of Threat [Album Review]
Posted by Fense under Album Reviews, Albums: E

Art. Angst. Awesome. Three words starting with “A” that one can easily attribute to Eula (MySpace), a band so filled with elements of pop and punk and blaring rock that it’s amazing any of them still have eardrums left to help keep them in tune. Language Of Threat, their latest EP, is filled with the hyped-up, in-your-face sounds I referenced when they debuted opener “Housewolf” a few months back.
This sound continues on Language Of Threat, though it’s not nearly as catchy as that first tune. Still, songs like “Rosie”, with its awkward harmonies and driving snare, and closer “Fight Riff” keep the music more than entertaining and interesting. “At Its Worst” even drops much of the noise to be almost quiet in the first half before once again tearing through the eardrums.
Loud, noisy groups are not often known for their intricacy. They’re known for messing shit up. But a truly great loud, noisy group will mess your shit up meticulously, using wild harmonies, complicated riffs, and skilled musicianship. Eula is one such group - the bass lines may not be focused and clear, but they sure are packed with all the right notes in all the right places, and plucked at warp speed.
Language Of Threat is a visual album. It’s colorful and painfully loud and the imagery it evokes are one part horrific and one part sexual. Yeah, as I mentioned before, at times Eula sounds a little like a garage version of CSS, and upon hearing the rest of the EP, I’ll stand behind that statement.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Fight Riff Video

Yay! Here is Eula's music video for FIGHT RIFF - filmed by Anatoly Spitz. Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

NPR's The Needle Drop Presents....

Eula, Screaming Females, and Birth of Flower on Monday March 23rd @ The Space in Hamden, CT. All Ages welcome, show at 7pm.

The Needle Drop also posted a nice review of Language of Threat here. A little taste:

"New Haven, Connecticut's Eula means business.

This Constitution State trio has a post-punk aggression that cannot be tamed, but their frontwoman, Alyse, brings an undeniably innocent femininity to the group. It's a tough emotional tightrope to walk, but the band does it. It's a musical mood swing with a straightforward delivery, so nothing gets between you and the battering ram of emotion.Eula has a new EP out called Language of Threat, and it's their fifth release since the band's inception in 2005."