This song was done by a band I was in called Rape of the South. We only played one show and then White Wreckage started. I thought I could be in a gentler psych-styled band, but I couldn't. There is (at least to me) a very obvious Warsaw influence here, though the punk sensibilities took over.
This was my renunciation of all things that came previously; my proclamation that I would never but into all-things-normal and middle-of-the-road, that those left behind were indeed left behind. That worked out well, I think.
Opener absolutely rips. Falls into the ranks of tracks like “Dance” by ESG, “Eisbaer” by Grauzone, “Damaged Goods” by Gang of Four or like the album description says Kleenex. This is some really good stuff. Favorite song is the opener but dedicate “Blue” to my friend Blue who lost her life at 22, she would have loved this album. TheBloodofChrist