Poised to uncage their debut EP his October, British noise punks Dead Kaczynski have laid down one irresistible teaser in the shape of first single Mr. Scratch. The track is a slice of cacophonous temptation which ripples with dissonance and shrugs with indifference to the sanity of your psyche but most of all has the body bouncing to its rapacious antics and contagion.
Kent-based, Dead Kaczynski (pronounced Ka-Zin-Ski) have a sound bred from post-hardcore and driven by noise punk ferocity. The trio is another proposition emerging from the Medway scene demanding attention and on the evidence of their latest single another which rewards with body and imagination rousing incitement.
Formed from the ashes of Kent punks Wiremother, the threesome of vocalist/guitarist Shareef Dahroug, bassist/vocalist Oliver Nissen, and drummer/vocalist Liam McCann has taken little time earning a rich reputation for their live shows, one surely about to be fully escalated by their first releases, Mr. Scratch and the Yakuza Attack Dog EP, released 4th October on Skingasm Records.
There is a touch of Punching Swans to Mr. Scratch but quickly the song lays out its own breath and character as swinging rhythms and the fervid vocals grip air and ears. All the while bass and guitar grumble, intermittently adding their grouchiness before wires of guitar entangle the instinctive disharmony of the song’s heart and voice and subsequently spark a fevered roar of voracious and infectious causticity.
Brief and rabidly hungry, the track is pure noise virulence, almost carnal in its breath and ravenous in its fierce energy. Roll on the Yakuza Attack Dog.
Mr. Scratch is available@ https://deadkaczynski.bandcamp.com/track/mr-scratch-4 with the Yakuza Attack Dog EP released October 4th.
Pete RingMaster 03/10/2019
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