DeeCRACKS return with NSFW video for ‘Kill Or Cure’

Over the years, Austrian punks DeeCRACKS have often been a reliable source for good, honest and ragged street punk, but with its combination of straight up punky riffs, nods to 60s surf rock and occasional bursts of something more hardcore, their 2021 release ‘Serious Issues’ could be one of their best LPs to date.

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THE SEX ORGANS – I Hate Underpants EP

Okay. On the surface, this looks absolutely terrible. The Sex Organs are a duo who claim to be from outer space and dress up as…sex organs. They play squarely into the hands of novelty and spend most of their time being vulgar. There are at least three dozen reasons why their schtick just shouldn’t work. However, looking beyond beneath the crassness, buried somewhere beneath the shock value, you’ll find a raw as hell garage rock band that are actually worth listening to.

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Goregäng cover White Zombie classic; share vaguely NSFW video

On April 30th, death metal duo Goregäng will release their new EP ‘Long Live The Grime’. Ahead of that release, they have a treat for you.

Their current single ‘Electric Head Part 1 (The Agony)’ is a cover of the White Zombie classic, treated faithfully but injected with a Goregäng twist via a death metal inflected vocal. Perhaps what’s most impressive about their choice of cover is the guitar sound; they’ve absolutely nailed the bottom end sound from J. Yuenger’s guitar that helped make the original cut so distinctive. What’s more, they’ve given the new recording a send off with the kind of trashy (and vaguely NSFW) video clip that Rob Zombie would surely approve.

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The Hellfreaks share vaguely NSFW video for ‘Tabby’

Hungary’s The Hellfreaks have gone through a few musical changes throughout the past decade. Their early work showed an affinity with the classic psychobilly sounds of Necromantix and Long Tall Texans; by the mid ’10s, they’d refined themselves as a punky/metal hybrid and albums like ‘Astoria’ saw their fanbase grow. By the time of 2020’s ‘God On The Run’, the metallic edges had been bolstered further and tracks like the Marilyn Manson-esque ‘Witches Heal’ showcased a band with a lot of power.

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