If the miscreants in Jar’d Loose haven’t crossed paths with your ears yet, then you are missing out. This Chicago-based four-piece are experts in all things heavy, noisy and eccentric. The driving rhythms that always have one foot deep in noise rock, and the barking and commanding vocals, all give Jar’d Loose their own unique persona. The band may have passed under a lot of radars in the past, but with the release of their second album just around the corner, they are sure to garner a lot of attention this year. American Aftermath was able to catch up with vocalist Eddie Gobbo and bassist Eva Bialecki to talk about the band’s beginnings, the new album Turns 13 and White Zombie cover shows.