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Haldol- S/T LP

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Haldol- S/T LP.  Brand new LP from Philadelphia’s Haldol. I enjoyed their earlier record but oh man... this thing is on another level. It sounds like Institute if they got into death rock and were really into Rudimentary Peni's Death Church rather than Crisis and Zounds. On top of Rudimentary Peni, you can hear a little Christian Death, the Subhumans (UK) and the Chameleons swimming around in their grooves. It's just one of those records that's super catchy but not really poppy, and has a really powerful, distinctive sound that grabs you right away. Definitely one of my favorite and most listened-to records of this month. Highly recommended.

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