The Nasty-On – Squid – LP
Heralded by the local music intelligentsia as the strongest debut since Slow’s “Against The Glass,” The Nasty-On’s incendiary “City Sick” set the course for Vancouver rock n’ roll in the new millennium. Their sophomore release, simply entitled “Squid,” carried on where “City Sick” left off: the results are massive. Think of the ugliest 9Ts Chicago rhythm section polished and stripped clean. Think Monster Magnet if Wyndorf earned a PhD in cultural theory and blew his work-study savings in the studio. … Read More
1994! – Most Deaf – 7″
Purple vinyl – first pressing
Lancaster PA’s 1994! are a heavy duo de force. The songs on “Most Deaf” just don’t let up. A plethora of attitude with belted out hoarse vocals, soaring riffs, and grooving tempos make it reminiscent of a lot of the great emocore bands of the 90’s. (Yeah “emocore,” because that’s what kids called it back then, before it became a generic, over produced, over hyped, fashionable, and haircut driven bastardization that everyone knows today.) Time to stop ranting, trust us this is totally worth checking out!
–Kiss Of Death Records–