DOG COMPANY: A Bullet for Every Lie: 12”

This band is too light for my taste in the genre these guys are going for. That genre, I can only assume is street punk, though I can’t picture these guys backing up what they sing. The vocals pack no punch, with a band that is the definition of generic—bad generic, the kind that doesn’t even hint at a different approach. If that wasn’t bad enough, the lyrics are moronic. These guys sing about being part of a secret society that can kill you at any time, about having artillery, and asking skinhead girls what their name is. Only six songs on a 12”, none of which are good, on patriotically-colored vinyl.

 –Rene Navarro (Contra)