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theHOMICIDES
Thrash / Punk / Rock

Austin, Texas
United States

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10 years ago The Homicides – “Loosing Teeth EP” Jonny Taint
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The Homicides started back in the hot August month of 2007. They came together to do something fun, fast, and hard....much like that wide-eyed, blonde haired girl named Debbie on her trip to Dallas. The Homicides fuse punk rock, thrash, and aggresive rock'n'roll to ensure a good time, everytime. So if you like it like Debbie, come check them out at their shows.

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Jonny Taint
Jonny Taint
Posted: Wednesday May 07, 2008 01:28

The Homicides – “Loosing Teeth EP” – Loosing Teeth from The Homicides doesn’t have any wildly innovative musical style, and the vocals are growled and shouted rather than sung, but if you wanted beautiful singing or musical genius you wouldn’t be listening to this band or reading anything on this website. Their best attribute is that they are loud, fast rollicking slashing guitar action and effective raw choruses. These tunes are turbo blasted with one turbo blasted melodic thruster rocket after another. The tempos serve the songs perfectly rather than rushing lead singers gut splitting, anguish filled vocals. This is a solid release that combines 1977 punk’s dense pounding with 21st century hooks embedded in each riff and hacksaw chord changes. My personal favorite song from The Homicides is “No Time” purely based upon the stop & go style, the wha wha solo, combined with gut churning vocals. 4/5 http://www.myspace.com/homicidesrock

Jonny Taint
Jonny Taint
Posted: Tuesday April 29, 2008 04:54

The review will be up this coming Monday.