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The Kramers- Screws 7" ~RARE BLUE VINYL!

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The Kramers- Screws 7".  The debut slab of wax from London’s The Kramers who mix trash rock and rock ‘n roll with savage results. Their sound reminds me alot of the harder side of Rocket From The Crypt with alotta trebbley high end and vocals that are sung aggressively without getting to the point of screaming. The guitars are shrill and mean, teetering on the verge of Hammerhead-ish noise rock with the occasional warped, bending guitar riffs thrown in that uniquely capture your attention. A heavy agrro shredder from a band that’s definitely onto something here. Three tracks on this blue vinyl beauty. Import from the UK.

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