PSEUDO HEROS: Prison of Small Perception: CD

Jun 23, 2009

The Pseudo Heros churn out some pretty decent fare here, some of it calling to mind a heavily-peppered nod to Hüsker Dü, and that sits well with yours truly. Not to say the whole nineteen cuts here sound like the above mentioned, ‘cause they don’t. The ‘Heros have also landed over half a dozen familiar faces of punk’s past to collaborate here on some songs. Just who all did they work with, you ask? Here’s a few to wet yourself over, fanfuck: Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, Down By Law), John Stabb (Gov. Issue), Jerry A. (Poison Idea), and Lee Dorian (Napalm Death), to name a few. You want to know the rest? Buy the fucking CD, cocko. As far as straight-up ‘Heros cuts here, my faves are “I Know What You Need” and their take on B.O.C.’s “Burnin’ for You.” Don’t be a lying fuck and say you have no idea who B.O.C. are, ‘cause I see you singing along, you Soft White Underbelly bitch of a liar. Got you.

 –dale (Go-Kart)

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