Tuesday, March 31, 2015
A bunch of dudes from LA, took a break from their hardcore bands to do this one off record called Leopold, a while back. And its a good thing they did, cuz its a solid, chunky and crunchy slab of meat. This is their only record that I'm aware of. If you you're into Jesus Lizard, Unsane, having your eyelashes pulled out one at a time, then you'll enjoy this.
Alex Newport has his producer/engineer hands and other extremities all over this too for all you technical nerds out there. Yeah. That guy from Fudge Tunnel. Get this! Get this!
(Total Annihilation Records - 2004)
DL: WRECK OF HOPE
Shouldn't really have to explain this, but I'll write some words.
Been meaning to get this up, so now I can check it off the list.
Scratch Acid was a crazy noise rock band from Austin, Tx back in the mid 80s. Their run was from about 1982 to 1987 to be precise-ish. And of course David Yow and David Sims went on to form The Jesus Lizard after this.
So The Greatest Gift is a compilation of sorts, gathering up their 3 releases...
'Scratch Acid'... 'Just Keep Eating'... 'Berserker'
and mashing them down into one handy dandy, easy to digest, pill.
Warning: May cause anxiety, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, allergic reactions, gagging and will probably leave a lingering aftertaste.
(Rabid Cat 1984 -1986 / Touch and Go - 1986 & 1991)
DL: THE GREATEST GIFT
Its still crazy to think that Neurosis was once on Lookout Records, the pop punk label that spawned some big band I've never heard of called...Green Day?
Nonetheless, this EP and the full length 'Word As Law' are both solid recordings. This is before they turned towards the experimental and doom side of things. But don't get me wrong, I love that stuff too... as well as pretty much everything Neurosis does and has done. But this early stuff is still so face-smacking good.
So yesterdays post...Think Tank, got me thinking about a bunch of this old dark, dirty and noisy punk, so you can be assured of more of this to come.
Oh, as for this single, these 3 songs are of course, essential...and I figure some of you probably don't want to pay $30 for the record if you don't own it already.
(Lookout Records - 1989)
Monday, March 30, 2015
Here's a brand new, 6 song EP from Brooklyn, NYs Think Tank. Well its an EP only in the sense of the short amount of songs. But each song gets lengthy...as in 5, 6 and 8 minute lengthy.
So this shit is pretty great! The songs remind me of early 90s dark/noise/sludge/experimental/punk. Like a mix of early Neurosis (vocals expecially), early Buzzov-en, early eyehategod, early Today is the Day, Grinch. They sometimes dip into Isis/Baroness territory at times too. You know, noisy...but then sometimes dips down to squeeze a bit of your soul and to creep things out. But this doesn't get crushingly heavy like how some of those bands ended up. But I could see these guys going that direction eventually. Most excellent shit.
(Self-released - 2015)
DL: SERVANTS ANIMALS
Release numbah 2 from Columbia, MO's New Tongues. This 'un being a 4 song ep that lumbers and thumps. The most obvious comparison is that of Young Widows... but you can hear some Hot Snakes, Scratch Acid, and VSS in there. Maybe some Touch and Go bands too? Yeah sure, throw them in too. Check out their first release too. Back in the archives of staticfraction.
Check that long ass list to the right over there for easy access.
(Self-released - 2015)
DL: TONGUES EP
Friday, March 27, 2015
So that Sonic Youth post is a good segue into this...
The Dustdevils (NY) were an indie rock band around back in the late 80s / early 90s. With noise and experimental components their biggest comparison is obviously Sonic Youth. (Now you see what I'm saying?) And also similar to the Sonic Youth post, the first song Hip Priest is a cover...also by The Fall.
Cool how that all ties together eh?
Totally underrated band who need to be heard and known, and loved. Alright people. Let's do this!
(Teenbeat / Matador - 1990)
DL: STRUGGLING ELECTRIC AND CHEMICAL
So I just listened to the Kim Gordon interview on Marc Maron's WTF podcast and its super good. She talks about music (duh) and art and divorce. It's well done. Go check it out if you know what's good for you.
Needless to say, it got my earholes in the mood for some Sonic Youth. Of course, I'm not gonna post Goo here on the bloggo, but instead something different. A Peel Sessions recording from 1989, where they do 4 songs, all covers of The Fall. Great noisy raw versions that sound like Sonic Youth covering the Fall. Heh heh. Enjoy.
(Peel Session - 1989)
DL: SY PEEL SESSION
Nobody needs an explanation for who the hell Big Black is. And if you do, just nod and pretend you know them. You don't wanna be embarrassed.
This is for those of you who have had this 7" in their collection for 20+ years and now because of technology, need a digital version and you're too lazy to digitize it.
Don't worry, I get ya. I know what lazy is about. I'm good at it too.
2 song. They do Cheap Trick. They do Kraftwork. You do the clicky thing and dance.
(Touch and Go - 1987)
DL: HE'S A WHORE
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Metalcore noiserock at its finest. New Jersey's Deadguy pummels you into dust with their angry and aggressive sound. They put out one full length and a handful of singles, including this, which is their 6 song CD version...all mostly in the 90s. Then returned in 2000 for a full length, which I really don't remember sticking all that well. Maybe I need to revisit. Anyway, this is classic stuff basically, so get to snaggin it right about...now!!
(Engine - 1994)
DL: WORK ETHIC
Remember all the duo / 2 member bands I just posted? This is interesting...The Swine is from Alberta Canada, and from what I can tell, this is one guy playing all the instruments. One guy? Really?
Maybe he has a cat or something that helps set things up.
Anyway, pretty impressive sound actually. Without realizing that fact at first listen, I thought there was a full(ish) band backing all this ruckus. But nope. Programming, bass, vox and gee-tars by Aaron. Beats the shit out of all the one person bands I've seen on the platform while waiting for the train.
(Self-released - 2015)
DL: SWINE BANDCAMP
Depending on how old you are, you may or may not know Lydia Lunch. She has been in and around the noise rock scene since the late 70s, and was part of the No Wave movement. She has done spoken word performances, has been involved with many writings and films, and has also collaborated musically with people like Clint Ruin / Foetus, Thurston Moore, No Trend, Suicide, H.O.F. (Halo of Flies), as well as tons others. You can find a wiki page or whatever other interweb info if you want to find more info than you want to know. Check it out.
For this 4-song EP she snags up Weasel Walter who was in bands like The Flying Luttenbachers, Hatewave and Lake of Dracula, Tim Dahl (Child Abuse) and Bob Bert who has been with Sonic Youth, Bewitched, Action Swingers, Chrome Cranks and Pussy Galore. And together they churn out some amazing pigfuck noise rock in the vein of Pussy Galore, Honeymoon Killers, Sonic Youth, Birthday Party. You get me?
This is just a 4 song teaser, but the bandcamp page has a pre-order for a new full length called 'Urge To Kill' and one new song. So check that out as well. I'll try to remember to get this on the blog when I know more. Coooool!
(Self-released (as far as I can tell) - 2015)
DL: 3 X 3 EP
LYDIA LUNCH BANDCAMP
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Returning to the halls of staticfraction, Space Drugs (Philly, PA) are back with a new full length chalked full of goodies. I had an earlier release from 2013 here, and it was a smoker. Going back to that post I for some reason thought they were from Jersey (or space), but their page says Philly.
Whatevs. Details, schmetails
So I was excited to hear they had new material on the way. I heard a new track a few months ago, and admittedly thought it was too mellow and that they changed their sound too much for my liking. But Black Dog Takes the Bait is a great mix of angry noise blasts, raw/garage-y fuzzed out tones, indie intricacy and experimental head-melters, combining great parts and pieces from bands like Sonic Youth, Sebadoh and Young Widows. The song 'Smile Slime' is a shredder! Awesome follow up and highly recommended.
(Self-released - 2015)
DL: BLACK DOG
Been on a Helmet kick lately, (but really that's a weekly thing most of the time).
But especially with all the 'Betty' 20 year anniversary hubbub stuff happening. This is a cool little rare and hard to find EP, from back in the day when they used to do these CD single thingys. This includes the title track off the album and 4 live bonus songs. Eeeeeeee!
(Interscope/Amrep - 1994)
DL: WILMAS DOUBLE RAINBOW
Here's a cool free taster sampler from Chicago's Forge Again label.
Not gonna go into alot of detail since you guys are big boys and girls and can check it out on your own. Highlights for me include, Lasers and Fast and Shit, Old Gods, Volunteer, Child Bite and Tight Phantomz.
But go on, and make your own opinions for yourself.
(Forge Again - 2015)
DL: FORGE AGAIN BANDCAMP
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Here's a cool bootleg for ya. A pretty familiar one for any Helmet fan who pay attention. But nonetheless its pretty rare to come by and can be pricey.
So what you have here a killer, great sounding, live recording from 1991, right before 'Meantime' came out and blew everyone away. Most of the songs are from 'Strap It On'. But a cool thing to mention is the first track, which is an early working of FBLA II. They still hadn't dialed it in all the way, so the structure is different. Cool to hear it like this.
And of course anyone who has seen Helmet live knows they play their songs 100x faster live than recorded. So this is like 'Strap It On', on speed. Essential shit
(Bootleg - 1991)
More 2 person per band booze and caffeine fueled rock for ya. This time from UKs Bronto Skylift.
Hyper-spazzzzzzed out fast and loud in the vein of Lightning Bolt, godheadSilo and/or Gay Witch Abortion. But they throw in some experimental texture covering the sonic backdrop as well.
Good shit to make you pretend you're the third member and play some air-drums AND air guitar!
(Self-released - 2014)
DL: DATE WITH A GHOUL
Monday, March 23, 2015
No need for 5...or 4...or hell, even 3 members in a band. 2 is enough to make a good bit of racket.
I can only imagine the driving duty hell with only 2 people taking turns on those long treks of nothingness through Texas and Cali.
But I guess if there's sufficient caffeine pills and day-quil chugging to keep awake and buzzing along, it's worth it to split more of the t-shirt sales for beer at the end of the day.
Drawing from the sounds of Lightning Bolt, Karp, Sonic Youth, Black Sabbath and High on Fire, Wizard Rifle (Porlandia) cannot sit still sonically for more than two seconds. Art-fuck-scrap-metal-psycho-noise-sexadelica. Prepare thineself...
(Seventh Rule - 2012)
DL: SPEAK LOUD SAY NOTHING
Oh yeah and while on the subject of St. Paul's Condominium...they did this newer single called Thug last year as well.
3 more songs that make you feel how the loser of a UFC Ultimate Fighter match feels. Sore, swollen, coughing up blood, missing teeth, broken bones, concussion. Yay!
(Condominium Records - 2014)
A while back I posted some Condominium 7"s. That was fun. Let's do it again.
This is their 3rd 7", a 2 song butt shaker and progressively noisier from their earlier singles. Really heavy on the bass (and everything else), the first song gets blasting like a rocket. The second is a slow rumbler that has some Black Flaggy sounds mixed in the the noise. Can't go wrong with this I tell ya.
(Fashionable Idiots - 2009)
Friday, March 20, 2015
Damaged art rock spitting, screaming, erupting, burping, and detonating in your general direction, from loud-ass hell-raisers, Child Bite from Detroit, Michigan. This here be a 7 song... EP?... Short LP?
I dunno what format this would be. But who fucking cares. This shit will kick your arse six ways to Sunday. There's some Melvins in there. Some Born Against. Some Big Business. Some God Bullies.
Now go getcha some.
(Joyful Noise Recordings - 2013)
DL: VISION CRIMES
Thursday, March 19, 2015
I posted the first album by these fellas a while back, so I figured...what the hell...its been a minute.
How bout the second album. Why not?
Yes? So that's what I'm doing. Right here with this 'un. Ok then. Lets do it.
Second full length album from St. Louis dirge punk masters, Drunks With Guns. You either know em or you don't. And after this post you will.
(Intellectual Convulsion - 1990)
DL: SECOND VERSES
Here's some twisted and psychedelic noise for ya from a band called Fruitcake. They feature members and bowling team mates of Drunks With Guns and Strangulated Beatoffs.
2 songs here of the bent, distorted and misshapen nature. Kinda like my mind (and head).
Of course there is some 'Drunks' and 'Beatoffs' influences heard deep within. Throw some Butthole Surfers on the fire and watch yourself go up in a tripendicular smoke.
The original of this came with a comic book, so go getcha one of these, not in digital form.
(Skin Graft Records - 1993)
DL: FRUITY CAKE STUFF
Hey its Irk! From Leeds, UK. I've featured those guys here on the blog before. Right here. Good shit.
So this is their newest recording, a 7-song split with a band called Wren from London, UK. Yes!
Irk continues with the straight ahead heavy and crushing noise rock, similar to KEN mode, or Daughters. 4 songs by them, although one is a spoken word over textural soundscapey kinda deal.
Wren play a more progressive/experimental, quiet with heavy sound ping pong...very similar to Isis...er, excuse me...Isis the Band. Don't want anyone coming after me... Sheesh that was close. 3 slabs of rage from them.
And 2 link choices below! I suggest trying them both.
(Self-released - 2015)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Hey you! Ugly! The one recovering with a hangover from yesterdays St. Paddy's Day drunkfest.
Wipe off that puke from your shirt and have a breakfast burrito. You'll feel better. I promise.
Also, listen to this while yer poppin' Advil. I promise it will make you feel better.
Brand new 5 song EP thingamajig, from San Fran's Pardoner. They have that 90's, indie, thick crunch, a pop melodic sound, layered, swirling, chaotic guitar and drenched vocals. You know it.
You like Sebadoh? Sonic Youth? Skin Yard? Pond? Dinosaur Jr? Early Subpop? Cool. me too.
Just crack open a few more beers, that'll make your hangover go away.
(Self-released - 2015)
DL: PARDONER BANDCAMP
Slowworm were industrial tinged sludgy noise rock people who had a couch in a living room and mail delivered to them in Atlanta Georgia. They kicked and screamed out 2 singles in early 90s (that I know of). This being one of 'em.
2 songs here, of the heavy trudging rock kind. Similar to dragging a dead alien predator body through quicksand with a fat lady eating a 10 lb steak on your back. OOOF.
(PCP Entertainment - 1992)
I posted that Party Diktator single back a few days ago. 'member that?... And promised more.
So making good with that promise...here's more rock from Germany's noise-merchants. This being their first full length from waaaaaay back in the early 90s. This has more buzzsaw melody with complex parts mixed in, than angular and mathy compositions or heavy balls out riffs.
Good shit and definitely must have stuff for any individual stockpiling an impressive noise rock collection for dinner parties. They have an album after this called Dive Bomb which of course, will have to post here shortly. If you like Guzzard, Nomeansno, Janitor Joe, Cows, Drive Like Jehu, brand new power tools... then you should snag this.
(Dead Eye Productions - 1992)
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Ok cuz I want you all to have it all. I'm just that kinda guy. I've wrapped up the rest of the Metz singles into a neat little package (No bow. Sorry losers). Actually, a super rad follower of the blog pointed my way to the Dirty Shirt single, which is in the comments. But in case you don't read comments, here you go. This also includes a Sparklehorse cover of 'Pig' that was on a split single with Fresh Snow. And also the 'Can't Understand' single that was part of an Adult Swim singles potpourri thingy. I posted that on the blog already, but just so you have it all together for your music hard drive. Go organizational skills!
(Subpop/Sonic Boom - 2012)
DL: SINGLES 2
So this is the other Cowards band that I was thinking of...that I never posted cuz I'm fucking forgetful and/or lazy.
Actually, I always have about 10+ different bands or records on any given day that I think about posting. But since I have a life (sort of)...and a job...and this blog is purely out of fun/boredom and don't pay the bills, I can't spend all my time on it. Also, my small brain can only juggle a few things at a time. So I will forget things. I need a noise rock reminder app. Any developers out there?
So THIS Cowards band is from Vancouver, British Columbia, and are not as hardcore as the previous, leaning more towards the off-kilter noise-rock along the lines of Jesus Lizard, Pissed jeans or Big'N, with alternating male and female vocals. OK, I can check this off the list of 'things to do'.
(Self-released - 2014)
DL: WORLD CHAMPS
So Cowards are a metallic/noise/hardcore outfit from Paris, France. I could've swore I posted something by these guys before, but alas, there was nothing in the archives. Turns out this is a completely different Cowards band than I was originally thinking. And I also figured out that I never actually posted that other Cowards album I was thinking. So I'm forgetful and lazy. Double whammy.
For this post, Rise to Infamy is 10 ruthless and brutal bashings of crushing and destroying sound. For fans of Dillinger Escape Plan, Converge, Cave-In... this is obviously probably not a hit at a toddlers birthday party, but could be a killer soundtrack for riding lawnmower races through loose gravel pits with kegs strapped on the backs...wheeeee!
(Deadlight Entertainment/Ruins Records - 2015)
DL: RISE TO INFAMY
Monday, March 16, 2015
Toronto noise rockers Metz have made a name for themselves. Y'all know 'em of course. Sub Pop made 'em stinking rich billionaires... Ok maybe not... but you pretty much need to be a billionaire to afford the original copies of these out of print singles. Good thing they've put them up for free so we can spend our money on more important things like booze, drugs, guns and whores. Enjoy!
DL: SOFT WHITEOUT / LUMP SUMS
DL: DRY UP / RIPPED UP ON THE FENCE
DL: NEGATIVE SPACE / AUTOMAT
DL: SOFT WHITEOUT / LUMP SUMS
DL: DRY UP / RIPPED UP ON THE FENCE
DL: NEGATIVE SPACE / AUTOMAT
90s rock/grunge lovers will dig this. Quintaine Americana was a rude and crude heavy rock band from Boston and sound like a mix of Jesus Lizard, Guzzard, Nirvana, Helmet, Season to Risk, and Mule. What more do you want?
(Cherrydisc - 1996)
Friday, March 13, 2015
Frodus was an post-hardcore, experiemental noise, indie-art rock, band from Washington D.C. that existed mostly in the 90s, and had a huge influence on tons of late 90's/early 00s bands. They put out 6 full lengths and a bunch of singles, including their last single, Soundlab 1, which was released in 2010. Conglomerate International was their 2nd to last full length.
When one listens to Frodus, one would ask themselves, why the Hell were these guys not on the Dischord roster? I mean, I'm sure Ian and Co. had their fair share of bands sending them demos constantly, but these guys seem like a no-brainer. Maybe they smelled bad or something. Or maybe they are bad tippers. Nobody wants to hang out with people like that right? Who knows? Anyway, they've kindly stock-piled their bandcamp page with the majority of of their discography, all mostly on the cheap or free.
Bandcamp page sez...their current status is unknown.
(Tooth and Nail Records - 1998)
DL: CONGLOMERATE INTERNATIONAL
DL: SOUNDLAB 1
(Band Submission - thanks)
Newer post-punk/noise rock band Kerosene from Philly bust out hearing damage audio in the vein of Gang of Four, My Disco, and Sonic Youth. This is their 4 song EP which has me excited for more.
And how many of you immediately thought of Big Black's Kerosene song after hearing their name?
No?... Just me? ...
I mean they don't really sound like Big Black. Maybe my brain is just twisted and conditioned that way.
Great stuff nonetheless.
(Self Released - 2014)
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Here's a couple of good 'uns for ya! Hammering and howling hootenanny from Canada's Phleg Camp.
A full length and a single... Oooh. a two-fer.
Right off the bat you'll find that these guys really like Jesus Lizard and Shorty. That's cool. Don't we all? Monstrous and rumbling. Robotic precision rhythm. Bloosy and boosy. All that with a hillbilly swagger and you got some good nastiness for a Tuesday afternoon or a really great Wednesday evening.
(Cargo Records - 1992 / Allied Recordings 1994)
DL: YARED FAIR SCRATCH
DL: TWILIGHT PINK
Haossaa is a 3-piece from what I can tell from Istanbul, Turkey. They play a blown out, over-modulated distorto brand of rawk that kicks you in the ass from the inside out. Limited CDr run of 66 of this on their site, so at least you can download some digital ear distortion. Cool shit.
(Self released - 2014)
New album from Providence, Rhode Island's spring loaded Lightning Bolt. More controlled and balanced bass & drums armageddon. If you don't know these guys, then I don't know what to say. Other than this'll smoke your ass like meats on a fryer grill.
Grab it now before its pulled down.
Also I've noticed Mega lagging a little from time to time. If you notice a link hanging, just hang in there yourself a couple minutes. It'll rear its ugly face.
(Thrill Jockey - 2015)
DL: FANTASY EMPIRE
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Off kilter, drugged out, dirgy, dark and spiralling pigfuck noise rock from Cheyenne 40, a 5 piece from Lille, France. 6 if you count the dude who plays the fire extinguisher.
Come again? Fire extinguisher? That's what it says. Okedoke then.
This has components of noise-rock goodness with smatterings of experimental and industrial flickering psychosis. Imagine a burrito stuffed with Cop Shoot Cop, Distorted Pony, Brise-Glace, God Bullies, Swans, White Suns. Plus how can you go wrong with ski masks?
(Tandori Records - 2014)
Mothers is three fellas from NYC who make a tight and twisted racket. Their debut album, Panamanian Times is a healthy mix of early punk and indie-post-punk, ala Minutemen, Big Boys, Mission of Burma, and Sonic Youth. Solid stuff! Check it out! What else do you have to do?
DL: PANAMANIAN TIMES
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
So the last post was on the softer side overall for this blog. Thats ok, but lets go the opposite way for this.
Hardcore, noise punk from Gay Kiss outta Phoenix, Arizona. They bring the Anger, with a capitol 'A' on their new record Preservation Measures. 12 riled-up and ticked-off, ass-whoopin' shotgun blasts that will shred you apart in under 25 min. Great for annoying your friends, family and neighbors. That's really all that needs to be said really. Like the songs here...short and snotty.
(Sorry State Records - 2015)
DL: PRESERVATION MEASURES
Killer new album with 10 new rock grenades from Pile outta Boston, Mass. The first song punches you in the face with a scorching noise rock blast. Hooked! Then the following 9 songs mix in the indie and math rock with southern and even bluesy guitar pickery added. But don't worry. These songs still gets balls out rocking. Its a nice mix adding some depth and definition to the full duration of the album. The last track, "Appendicitis" contains a hidden track called, "Rock And Roll Forever With The Customer In Mind'. Oooh. Easter Egg fun.
For fans of Sebadoh, Metz, Polvo, Pixies, Les Savy Fav.
(Exploding in Sound Records - 2015)
DL: YOU'RE BETTER THAN THIS
Monday, March 9, 2015
So lets stick with 1994.... A good 'ol year. And Amrep.... A good 'ol label. You may have heard of 'em.
Here's some rockin' racket from Germany's Party Diktator. A 2-song 7"er for ya. Stand Behind Me backed with/ Quiet Line (Single Version). This being the only one on Amrep. They have 2 full lengths as well (which I should get up here) and a bunch of singles besides this one. Drink it in.
(Amphetamine Reptile - 1994)
DL: STAND BEHIND ME
So this really needs no description, but needs to be here on the blog as a classic'.
What?!? ...a classic?... Really? That's what we're calling this stuff already? I mean it's no Van Halen Fair Warning, but it still kicks as much ass. Just in a different ass-kicking kinda way.
So back in the day, Amrep would send out bands to different countries together. They would tour together for a while, and it was a big deal. They did it with Helmet, Surgery, God Bullies, and Tar. Then this one with Guzzard, Today is the Day, and Chokebore. It was cool to see a bunch of killer bands at one gig. Plus you'd get a cool poster and other schwag.
So during the process of planning these 'bundle-tours' (I just made that up...I think), Amrep released these limited comps of the bands and a handful of songs to go with the tour. There were 7"s that had a few songs. A 10" which had a couple more. And a CD which had 'em all. This is one that happened back in...you guessed it...1994. So now lets go relive some glory days with this bad-boy. And I'm gonna throw on some Van Halen right after this.
(Amphetamine Reptile - 1994)
DL: CLUSTERFUCK 94
Friday, March 6, 2015
Ohhhhh shit! CHERUBS ARE FUCKING BACK!! Yes these 90s noise rawkin' agitators have a new slab of ugly, heavy, pounding awesomeness after 20 years, and its...if I may quote the kids of today...amaze-balls!
10 new tracks get the lead out and smash you into the ground like a jackhammer.
Chances are you know these guys if you come around these parts...but if you're new to 'em, this is a damn fine record for introductions. This riotous beast of racket and ruckus doesn't sound like they've missed a step in the past 20 years and could've been released right after their earlier releases, Heroin Man and Icing.
Abso-fucking-lutely recommended and essential!!
(Brutal Panda - 2015)
DL: 2 YNFYNYTY
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Split 7" from 2 crushing, punishing and destroying bands from different sides of the globe.
Grizzlor (U.S.) crank out the fuzzed out, apocalyptic doom noise rock. I've had them on the old bloggo here before. Scope that shit out. And Barren Womb is Norwegian noise-punk that will make your brain melt like a bad acid trip. 2 songs each. Get whumped and wholloped!!
(Riotous Outburst Records - 2015)
GRIZZLOR / WARREN BOMB SPLIT BANDCAMP
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Noise rawkin' 3 piece from Milwaukee Wisconsin, Soup Moat, blast through 5 fun, punk-sized bites of party sludge on their new 7" EP on Triple Eye Industries. All 5 songs clock in under 2 minutes...great for those of us with short attention spans....
So, uhh... What was I talking about again?
Oh well... Recommended if you're into Torche, Floor, Red Fang, Fang, Big Boys, Kylesa, Fear, rubber chickens, whoopie cushions and cheap beer. Cover art printed by BPRD.
(Triple Eye Industries - 2015)