Like all great punk rock, the band asks difficult questions, calling out the ills of society, but also deals with personal issues, like those we all deal with.
The trio masterfully uses a wide variety of punk rock influences in a varied yet cohesive way. The riffing is strong, whether uplifting, aggressive, or dissonant (all of which appear). The rhythm section moves things along with a solidity that builds the foundation for the message.
May this album be the match that lights the kerosene soaked rag…
The only thing holding me back from singing along with every single song is a lack of knowledge of the language.
Civilizing is the soundtrack to the slow, but inevitable decay of humanity, reveling in the prospect of this demise.
The Word As Law is an existential romp through my teens and early 20’s.
Chachi is quite literally the band that introduced me to the underground and the DIY ethic as more than just an acronym.
Back in March, frequent collaborator Steve from the Art of B interviewed German hardcore punk band Wolf Down.