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BORN LOOSE - I LOATHE YOU - NEW 7“ EP

  • BORN LOOSE


    I LOATHE YOU 7“ EP


     


    A-Side:


    Who Killed Johnny?


    B-Side:


    Get Out Of Denver


    500 copies on black vinyl


    100 copies on clear vinyl


     


    Release Date: April 2nd, 2015


     


    If you have been wondering «Where have all the punk rock'n'roll bands gone?» then look no farther than Born Loose out of Brooklyn NYC. Featuring an all-star line up with Larry May (Candy Snatchers/The Crums), Suke (Snuka/Iron Prostate/Candy Snatchers), Shane Konen (Live Ones/Ghetto Ways) and Eric Robel (Heroin Sheiks/Nova Express).


    This is over-the-top booze-fueled garage-punk not far from the Candy Snatchers. Born Loose brings the intensity of a car crash and the energy of real and raging rock'n'roll. This brand new killer recordings leave you ready to start a fight or lift a car. Larry May sings with passion like in the good old days, the guitar is crazily over the top and the meanest rhythm section pounds out the low end relentlessly.


    If you are into Detroit Rock like the Stooges, MC5 or the New Bomb Turks this tunes will kick you in the ass.

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