this 3 piece from Los Angeles bring the politics with the beer on this raging d-beat recording of 4 songs. Songs about war (obviously), religion, crooked politicians, and heroin leave you thinking about the issues long after this record has finished playing. Death Over Greed is by far the longest out of the four and has a really cool intro before blasting into the rage. Dual vox on all songs along with thick guitars and top notch drumming influenced by crusty core bands such as DooM and Wolfbrigade. released on Dirty Mick Records. All records come with digital download card and 18″ X 18″ poster.
DEATH MARCH: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Death-March/363458560393385
DURTY MICK RECORDS: http://www.durtymickrecords.com/
whenever I get anything music-wise from California, Im always skeptical at first. with such great music scenes along the coast, I can be very picky as to what bands are good and which ones aren’t. this record is no exception. Death Rock 45 is the latex record from a female fronted “hardcore goth” band that tries but fails to nail the 45 Grave sound. imagine Bikini Kill vocals (but perhaps with more talent) over 1970s heavy rock / punk. the B-side reminds me of Heart mixed with Siouxsie (and the Banshees). singer apparently auditioned for American Idol (Mary Powers). My advice: drop the punk / death rock name, add some more originality, and maybe you will have a decent record. released on Scare America Records.
Death On The Radio: https://www.facebook.com/deathontheradio
Scare America Records: https://myspace.com/scareamericarecords