DEERHEART – Queen, Worker, Drone

September 25, 2009


 In simple terms this album sounds like a perfect genetic hybrid between Killdozer and Tad with Steve Austin as producer (or mad professor). This sounds either like an awesome noise rock prospect to you or it doesn’t. It’s not bad stuff at all, and reading this from the skatepunk site helped me realise why it came out on Goldenrod:

“More gnarled heaviness from Deerheart—this is their debut full length. Ten “songs” that fit together nicely as an album. Each song centers around precision drumming, which together with a set of great sounding guitar noises creates a background for growly vocals. Fans of Big Black, 16, and other heavy, angry punk will love this. The band is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and the music fits in well with that industrial background. Sterling, the singer and guitar player, is a great skater who rode for Planet Earth for a few years before turning his attention to music.”




One Response to “DEERHEART – Queen, Worker, Drone”

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