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For The Worse/Wednesday Night Heroes- Split 7” ~EX A POOR EXCUSE!

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For The Worse/Wednesday Night Heroes- Split 7”.  For The Worse is the latest group of Massholes intent on destroying everything in their path. Psycho Mike McCarthy of A Poor Excuse fronts this band and he’s back and bloodier than ever. From the first crunching riffs of "Revenge" (a dancefloor hit if ever there ever was one) to the Bruisers cover that ends their side, this is as relentlessly brutal as hardcore gets. Backing them are Edmonton’s Wednesday Night Heroes who play catchy and fast hardcore-punk with short and raw snotty tinges. The Heroes tear through an original and a Zero Boys cover.

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Los Angeles' the Streetwalkin' Cheetahs spew a raw, undistilled slab of sweet ‘n nasty sonic tonic on their 7th studio album 'One More Drink'. The Cheetahs reignite the raw Detroit sounds of the the Stooges and fellow down under countrymen Radio Birdman blasting through 11 red-hot tracks of over-amplified nihilism showing even further dexterity in the world of thick riffs and song writing versatility. ‘One More Drink’ sounds like the good kind of mid 70’s pre-punk Riff 'n Roll record hopped-up on a heavy dose of classic 80's, white lightnin’ radio Rock. They mix an absolutely perfect Rock 'n Roll cocktail here...