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EP: Winnebago Deal – Bail Out

April 2nd, 2014

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Winnebago Deal
Bail Out
Dry Heave Records
19 April 2014

by Tomas Doyle

If you remember Winnebago Deal from the first time around (they formed in 1999, toured with everyone from Blood Brothers to Mondo Generator and had the spirit of punk rock etched into their veins while still picking up major plaudits) then chances are you won’t need telling how brilliant they were, and now continue to be. If, after a four year absence, this review merely serves to give you a heads up that the barnstorming duo are back then you are welcome. Enjoy – shit’s as good as it ever was.

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Album: C.R.O.W.N – Psychurgy

March 22nd, 2013

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C.R.O.W.N
Psychurgy
Candlelight Records
22 April 2013

by Tom Gibbons

Last year’s The One EP earned C.R.O.W.N a debut album release with Candlelight Records, and the French duo continue their formula of doomy stoner-droner with Psychurgy. The album acts as an extension of the EP in every aspect – albeit with a more sophisticated final mix that adds extra atmosphere and even more weight to the low-end crushing passages.

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Future Hits 125: Big Naturals

October 16th, 2012

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Big Naturals
From: Bristol, UK.
Lazy equation: (Necro Deathmort – the pure dischordance) x wildly distorted walls of riffs
URL: Facebook / Bandcamp / Soundcloud

Thrash Hits verdict: One of the best ways we’ve found to discover new music is to pay attention to what our favourite bands are listening to. Now whole everyone thinks that they’ve got a good handle on what good music is, we’ve found that the people who’s very existence is rooted in making tunes are by far the best source of recommendations – which is why when Turbowolf guitarist, Andy Ghosh, started talking about Big Naturals…well, we pricked up our ears. And then promptly filled them with their wall-of-sound approach to blending odd samples, post-rock song structures, and flat-out grubby guitar noises. Jesse Webb, the drumming/electronics half of the duo, was on hand to answer out questions.

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