WARCRY: Savage Machinery: LP

Mar 22, 2016

Portland’s d-beat hardcore kings need no introduction; they’ve been doing this for just as long as anyone else and probably better than most. Shitlickers at 1,000 RPMs. Motörhead attitude in a Totalitar shirt. Does anyone else out there happen to think that sometimes the best songs on a band’s album are on the B side? Even if you don’t agree, I dare you to not circle pit in your room to the sounds of earth-shattering hardcore devastation that, if played at the right volume, will cause air raid sirens to go off. Wake up and smell the napalm, poser.

 –Juan Espinosa (Warcry, no address listed)