music Failures (Charles Bronson), Salvation, Aerosols...
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FAILURES is an empowering new musical group from the East Coast.
Comprised of four ambitious men, who under the most extreme scrutiny
have courageously rendered this super-charged missive of volatile
energy. Appearing at a moment in history that can only be best
described as a yawning pit of deluded regurgitation, this 14 song
attack answers your life's desperate call for Meaning. (Youth Attack!
Records S/T LP description)
A mouthful of bloody broken teeth and flailing debris with a frantic,
collapsing sound all their own, SALVATION are an epithet of TRUTH in a
world of ineffectual, poorly composed liars. Song after song they
shatter their way towards a harsh and inevitably devastating collapse.
SALVATION festers in their primal hostility with a level of strength
teeming on the insufferable.(Youth Attack! Records "Smoke and Mirrors"
The phenomenal follow up EP is a crash landing into oblivion. Without
a doubt the most heart pounding musical group on the East Coast if not
the universe, these six songs of screeching and relentless wreckage
crumble and disintegrate into a giant disastrous mess before
culminating in absolute ear deafening brilliance. (Youth Attack!
Records "Medicine" EP description)
Another absolutely fucked-up creation from Florida, the home of the
best, Slavescene's Heaven Only Knows is one release I just cannot put
down. Their sound is akin to Brooklyn's Drunkdriver with its chaotic
sound and megaphone-esque vocals, only with a slightly more hardcore
feel and structure. (icoulddietomorrow blogspot "Heaven Only Knows"
Cassette Tape Description)
Necking teenage couples stalked in the park, beer soaked frat house
hazers in a sports car inferno, handsome star quarterback left to mop
up his own teeth, the hifalutin class valedictorian who's eye sockets
collapsed into festering furrows after his first of many eyeball
attacks from the grandstands: HERE'S WHAT YOU GET. (Youth Attack!
Records S/T Cassette Tape Description)
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