Archers of Loaf

Archers of Loaf were an indie noise-pop band that first came together in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in the early 1990s, who went on to gain national attention with the release of the novel, critically lauded, Icky Mettle (1993 Alias). Inspired by such bands as The Replacements and indie rock staples/fellow North Carolina brethren Superchunk, the two-guitar four-piece—comprised of UNC students Eric Bachmann (vocals/guitar), Matt Gentling (bass), Eric Johnson (guitar) and Mark Price (drums)—added caustic wit, over-the-top dissonance and spirited lo-fi, punk production to carve a Southern-inflected niche at... Read More

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