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Scuzz / Male Patterns- Split 7”

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Scuzz/Male Patterns- Split 7”.  Scorcher of a split! Male Patterns remind me a bit of World Burns To Death, but slightly more tuneful and less heavy and dark. The vocalist has a deep, throaty sound that adds weight to the charging music. Their two originals crank like a motherfucker. I wish they would have played one more original in place of the Showcase Showdown cover. It’s good, but the originals are stronger. Scuzz are more chaotic and sonically blistering. The guitar has a slightly blown-out quality, the vocalist sounds just as blasted, and the whole band sounds as though they’re about to spin out into a ditch. Hardcore punk that’s relentless. Hope to hear more from both bands in the near future. They include members of Neutron Rats, After The Falls, Libyans and Anal Warhead. Includes 2 sided fold over insert.

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