Monday, March 26, 2012

Razorcake reviews

Self-titled: CD
Overblown, overdriven, and over-the-top sonic bombast. If I was the dude from In the Red Records, I would definitely pay close attention to ‘em, ‘cause they definitely fit within that label’s noisy, trashy rock purview. –Jimmy Alvarado (

Self-titled: 7” single
Trashy, fuzzed-out, and distorted garage gnarl. The first song, “Homeless Corpse,” is a jumpy and noisy fucking tune. Drums are hammered, guitars are throttled, the singer proclaims that he “don’t like it!” and a haze of feedback hangs in the air. But it’s the song on the second side, “She Sells Eggs,” that keeps this on the record player a bit longer. The drums are punchy and chunky; the bass that comes in with its thick and turgid sound is what makes this one a winner. The riffs are close to pummeling, but never beating you over the head. They’re more about rocking out and getting off. –Matt Average (Rainy Road,

Monday, March 12, 2012

Rusty Years LP is now available for pre-order

We bet some of you are wondering what ever happened to our new LP, Rusty Years. It has been available free digitally for some time now. Was the decision to put Rusty Years online for free something similar to "going straight to VHS"? That is not the case. It has been a little over a year since the album was recorded, and we are now pleased to announce that Rusty Years will be released on vinyl in the late spring/early summer of 2012, courtesy of Rainy Road Records. Includes screen-printed cover, black vinyl, and photocopied insert. Limited to 200 copies.