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the name of the new MBV album is 403 access denied
— Gints V (@vanss_g) February 3, 2013
Really digging the new MBV album "Server Error". #403 #MyBloodyInternet
— Jack Walsh (@walshywinko) February 3, 2013
"403 FORBIDDEN" is obviously a holdover from the 1993 sessions. #mbv RT @maura “Server is too busy” is such a jam. #mbv
— Kyle Whelliston (@foxbasegamma) February 3, 2013
What if the new MBV album has just one song called "403 - Forbidden: Access is denied" and it's just avant garde silence?!?
— Shimmercore (@Shimmercore) February 3, 2013
MBV titles new album "403 - Forbidden: Access is denied"tinymixtapes.com/news/my-bloody…
— Ray Shea (@raynola) February 3, 2013
2013 album of the year: My Bloody Valentine's "403 - Forbidden: Access is Denied"
— Jonk Music (@jonkmusic) February 3, 2013
Can't wait to hear the new My Bloody Valentine Album, which I understand is called "403 - Forbidden: Access is Denied." Edgy!
— Paul Pearson (@paulshrug) February 3, 2013
With "403 - Forbidden: Access is denied." My Bloody Valentine take their anti-rock to a whole new level.
— Glenn Peters (@nightwatchman) February 3, 2013
My Bloody Valentine releases their new album called Error 403: Access Is Denied
— Jack Garland (@JackGarland) February 3, 2013
The new My Bloody Valentine is live: mybloodyvalentine.orgApparently its title is "403 - Forbidden: Access is denied." and it has no tracks.
— Peter Hollo (@frogworth) February 3, 2013
Where else can you go to find out what it would sound like if your sub-culture were included in a Jay Leno monologue? Twitter can be terrible.
Anyway, they fixed it and you could buy it, and everyone did. The band also put all of the album's songs up to stream on YouTube, beating hordes of anonymous posters to the punch. After a few listens to the record, my favorite song might be "in another way." It's less wispy and gentle than the album's first tracks, but still plenty melodic. It successfully works dance-tempo rhythms into the mix in a pleasing way. Listen to it below:
So, after 22 years of waiting, we've all come to a definitive verdict on this thing and its place in the MBV legacy in 2 days, right? No. Let's not do that. It's tough enough to distance ourselves from decades of longing, thinking about what would come after Loveless. That very dilemma almost ruined Kevin Shields' mind more than once. We're going to take a little more time to figure out how we feel about it, to try to find a way to be objective without all the baggage, and suggest that you do the same.
But it's not just what ifs, anymore. That's great news.