Kentucky trio Young Widows returns with “Kerosene Girl”, a punishing kick in the groin for those who thought the band ran out of steam on their three years old In and Out of Youth and Lightness. For nearly a decade, Young Widows have melted metal, shoegaze and variety of noise- genres together rather effortlessly, but never have they sounded this purposeful and precise. Raucous drums, nervous guitar riffs and vehement vocals burn straight through the speakers, amassing heaviness never before heard from the band. It’s a violent blast of bedlam shaped into a blackened, in-your-face rock anthem. Simply put, an incredibly resurgence. Young Widows’ fourth album, Easy Pain, is due out May 13 via Temporary Residence .