Arriving just last week is the Reptilian Records debut release from punk noise makers, Chief Tail. Their new self-titled album was produced by the great Steve Albini (Nirvana) and features eight, hard-hitting tracks that come in quick and heavy then just leave, before you even know what happened. They kick off the album with the raw, reckless attack of "Stevie Dix II," followed by the equally aggressive "Migrant Worker." Chief Tail blast through the song "Easy Money" as fast as they can," while "Mighty Shitpipe" is the longest song on the album, clocking in at over four minutes of buzzing guitars and bashing rhythms. They close out their new release with the garage rock romp of "She's Got Legs, She's Got Eggs." To find out more about Chief Tail and their new self-titled album, please visit facebook.com/chieftail.
Also released earlier this month is the self-titled, Blackhouse Records release from the rising punk band, Wasted Breath. Their new album features ten tracks, kicking off with the swift pace of "You Tell Me" and the more aggressive attack of "Nic Fit." The simple rawness of "Intoxicant" is the perfect setting for this trio's powerful sound, while "Front Line" has them showcasing more of their energetic sound that feels right at home spread across three minutes. The speedy bass line and drumming of "Pontiac" will certainly get your adrenaline pumping on this quick-hitting track, while "All The Way Home" displays more maturity in the band's songwriting. To find out more about Wasted Breath and their new self-titled release, please visit facebook.com/wastedbreathofficial.