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SHOW ME THE BODY ‘Trouble The Water’

Oct 20, 2022 | Punk, Reviews

The filth & fury is back

The cranium slicing banjo tones; phones being slapped out of hands; emerging from the mosh pit with blood stained shirts; the determined DIY approach; the guerrilla shows and the group’s support of their Corpus family: we all know the headlines, but what draws us, like moths to a flame, to these New York noiseniks? The ethos, and whole aesthetic, echoes classic periods of hardcore history, then pushes the envelope: removing the guitar shouldn’t work, but somehow boosts the primal parameters. Pour on seamlessly integrated electronics, and you’ve opened up a whole new world of gnarly dynamics. Topped off with memorably deadpan and merciless lyrics, and you’ve got something special.

The filth & the fury is back.

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