Thursday, 7 March 2013

Pregnancy Scares - s/t 7"

Ugly hardcore punk that rips and wails, bursting apart with squeaks and fissure whistles, where the noise feels like a byproduct of the fury rather than an environment from which the songs need to escape. Cross-Eyed Man begins with a natty catchy riff that slowly gets dragged down into the dentistdrill squeals and flails of anger, Facelift milks its simple riff longer and throws it into a brick wall, Picked Apart bounces before it explodes. These are songs that feel like they're constantly in the motion of falling, or at least running downhill with legs buckling under them. On Deranged Records.

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