Metz's recorded output to date, a cornucopia of pop-inflected noise punk and damaged fuzz anthems, includes 3 critically-acclaimed LPs with Sub Pop, as well as a plethora of limited-edition releases, collaborations, covers, and rarities.
Which brings us to Automat, a collection of non-album singles, B-sides, and rarities dating back to 2009, available on LP for the first time, and including the band's long out-of-print early (pre-Sub Pop) recordings. Included here are the band’s first three 7” singles, recorded 2009-2010 and originally released by We Are Busy Bodies Records; a demo version of Wet Blanket, the explosive single from 2012’s Metz two tracks from the limited-edition bonus single that accompanied preorders of Metz; Can’t Understand, originally released in 2013 by [adult swim]; and both tracks from the band’s 2015 single on Three One G. All tracks on Automat have been lovingly remastered for maximum soundiness by Matthew Barnhart at Chicago Mastering Service
LP - Limited Loser Colour Vinyl plus bonus 7" Single that includes three additional tracks: a cover of Sparklehorse’s Pig, from a very limited 2012 Record Store Day split single originally released by Toronto’s Sonic Boom record shop; I’m a Bug, a cover of The Urinals’ art-punk classic, originally released on YouTube (not an actual record label) in 2014; and Metz’s previously unreleased rendition of Gary Numan’s M.E.
LP - Black Vinyl with Bonus 7" Single.