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We’ve got a slab of frantic Jap-influenced noise punk shrapnel here from America’s Chaos Destroy, who turn out ten tracks of head-fuckingly frantic, blown out hardcore punk which is all but obscured by tape muck and feedback and broken, distorted equipment. The primary influences here would have to be from the visceral punk-era noise bands of Japan like The Swankys or Gauze, but with the franticness of early American hardcore bands like Black Flag buried under all that horrid noise as they barrel through 10 songs in 15 coruscating minutes. A very unusual release for Olde English Spelling Bee to be getting involved with. Listen if you like The Pink Noise, Burmese, Divorce, The Wankys, Japanese noise punk.
Note from Li’l Biz: Reviewbot 3000 had a slight glitch in his mainframe and accidentally reviewed the mail-order only bonus live CD as opposed to the album fo’ real. Doh! Just so you know the ‘Chaos Destroy’ LP is approximately 99.9% plusher than the bonus CD, includes 20 (as opposed to 10) killer cuts of snotty punk nonsense and includes the excellently titled ‘It’s Always Dinnertime (Somewhere)’. Musically it makes almost no sense in the best possible way. I imagine seeing them live would be a totally life affirming experience. 100% 4th gen yoofpunk madness. Play loud! SHIT YOURSELF!
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