Tag: noise punk
- Puke Eyes
- Puke Eyes
- (K.Y.B. Productions)
- Montreal, QC
(We Are Busy Bodies)
From the megative zpace of James Goddard:
Negative Space‘s blistering, all-offense Punk’n'Grunge proudly pushes Metz’s noise crusade forward. Opening with a series of carefully timed guitar shrieks – like a call to the ramparts of the pre-medieval French city with which they share their name – and continuing with relentless drumming, six-stringed wizardry, Constantinian vocals, and what might be the auditory equivalent of burning oil, the cuts on this gorgeously coloured vinyl are taking no names as they storm your aural countryside. This is the last of their three 7″ opening salvo, get in on the ground floor.
From the living thunder of Joni Sadler:
After last year’s killer Weaponry LP, Shearing Pinx one-up themselves with this live recording from a gig in Thunder Bay. Anyone who’s been lucky enough to witness these Vancouverites tear up a basement on one of their cross-country ventures knows that their live show is a blistering, noisy affair; this tape is a testament to the sheer distorted force that is Shearing Pinx in their element. Choice cuts from Weaponry take on a whole new sense of urgency when they’re drenched in this much grit and fuzz. Get your hands on the tape or better yet – catch the band next time they hit your town and watch this shit go down in real life.
March to the Sea
(Skin Graft Records)
From the rented catholicism of Aaron Levin:
March to the Sea explodes with seven oppressing manifestations of philosophical guitar violence. Crushing armies of viral slot machines channel Chloe’s undulating vocal pandemonium into an ear wrenching death-camp for cosmic noise hippies. Rhythmic death warrants churn this chaos into a miasma smelting your grey matter with fractal impurities. Days later their majestic penetration shall rear its polluted palette with beautiful results. Phenomenal. Canada’s most divisive band? Indeed. Their cover of Throbbing Gristle’s “Very Friendly is devastating. But I’ll save that for future enthusiasm. Until then…
AIDS Wolf – Suck Is Happiness
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