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I wonder if these guys are named after a particularly volatile and demented Jesus Lizard song, they don't give many clues other than having a singer that hollers and a scratchy, punky outlook. 'Anxiety' is an adrenalised blast of fuzzed-out rattle and roll with dumb catchy riffs and plentiful air-punching woah-woahs. Timeless garage punk with a bit of feral glee, this is as good as anything ...

7" £6.99 ITR215

7" on In The Red.

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Anxiety by Mouthbreathers
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 10 November 2011

I wonder if these guys are named after a particularly volatile and demented Jesus Lizard song, they don't give many clues other than having a singer that hollers and a scratchy, punky outlook. 'Anxiety' is an adrenalised blast of fuzzed-out rattle and roll with dumb catchy riffs and plentiful air-punching woah-woahs. Timeless garage punk with a bit of feral glee, this is as good as anything In The Red have put out over the years. 'The Creeper' takes things down a slight notch but still pummels you hard in the face with echo'd vox, hard-hitting drums and a determined swagger. I certainly wasn't expecting anything new here but I'm impressed with their strong, authentic sound and commitment to exciting your pogo-crazed mind with edgy, wired guitars.


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