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CRASHDOLLZ-‘Punks In Amerika’

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 25, 2016 by TheManicBlogger

crashdollzI had a chance to listen to the new CrashDollz cd, ‘Punks In Amerika‘, several times. The Detroit rockers deliver 11 tracks of hardcore, High Octane Punk, that incorporates elements of both metal, and garage. The songs are filled with captivating melodies,  dynamite riffs, and a way cool rhythm section. There are wonderful changes, some cool effects, rocking vocals, and blisteringly sweet guitar licks and solos.  The album is a powerful, guitarcentric trip through anarchy, and anti-establishment sentiments, delivered with wonderfully angst riddled vocals. CrashDollz offer some insanely exciting, in your face, power punk. Its good to know that there are Punks In Amerika! Favorite tracks: “Murder A Go-Go“, and “Activate“. You really need to check this out here, and buy a couple of cds. And, if you are ever see them playing in your home town, go and see them live. Really.

 

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BURNOUTS

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the burnoutsFrom Chatham-KentOntario, hippie-punksters BurnOuts released a wonderfully addictive Ep in May, 2015, as a follow up to their 2012 album, ‘Pause For The Cause’.  Simply titled The BurnOuts EP, the 7 tracks are wonderfully traditional punk, with nuances of pop throughout. The songs are raw and simple, with cool riffs and solos, wonderful changes, and sweet melodies. The drums and bass are consistently heavy, and the use of keys on “New Days Old Faults” is a wonderful addition. Favorite tracks: “Let Her Go“, with its Rockabilly vibe, and “Freedom Radio” which incorporates some nice harmonies. Raw and simple, The Burnouts EP is an album you should check out. Punk with more sensitivity, and less anarchy.   http://theburnoutsband.bandcamp.com/album/the-burnouts-e-p

 

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