Blackmondays- S/T 7”. Blackmondays recall the early death rock scene of bands like TSOL, Christian Death and 45 Grave, where punk rock animosity is punctuated with a black edge. The phenomenal opener “Chase A Black Cat” contemplates mundane existence with a blistering sneer reminiscent of The Wipers and early TSOL. “Motion Demon” truly sounds like it should have been on an early KBD volume somewhere in the past. “Fire Burns Blue” most impressively embodies classic death rock with an eerie Rikk Agnew-ish riff ready for Rozz Williams to do some vocal damage. And “Sea of Celebrity” attacks our reality show culture and bridges the gap between The Dictators and early Christian Death. Import from Italy.