Friday 13 November 2015

KRAK KRAK - Exclusive Song Premiere - BLOOD

KRAK KRAK release debut album “All the punks in the world can't save you now” on the 30th November 2015.

Brighton based purveyors of noise rock and alumni of cult rockers The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster,  KRAK KRAK release their hotly anticipated debut album “All the punks in the world can't save us now” on the 30th November through Rawshark Records.

Having played with God Damn, the Wire curated Drill festival, the Great Escape and embarked on nationwide shows. The band are finally ready to release an embodiment of their chaotic live shows. 

Written and recorded almost immediately as the band was formed the album wears its heart on its sleeve with a plethora of influences from Melt Banana noise, Refused influenced riffs, stoner rock jams and Birthday Party vocals.

"Violently noisy as they are breathlessly fun." NME

"Mclusky covering The Transplants, but then their slurring punk breaks into a Pantera riff and throws all your preconceptions out of the window." Glasswerk

"KRAK KRAK  are basically a metal band stripped of all the things that usually makes the genre so farcical – only with more distortion." The source

KRAK KRAK have kindly allowed us to premiere Blood from their forthcoming debut album - "All the punks in the world can't save you now". It's a blistering Sludge/Punk/Stoner/Hardcore/Metal extravaganza. Check it out.

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