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Zeke
Dirty Sanchez (Epitaph)

By: Jeb Branin

The most intense band on Epitaph is back for a second round of punk rawk mayhem and aural abuse. Outlawed in communities all over the world for violating noise pollution standards, ZEKE are a stellar example of everything that is right with hardcore. They are blazing fast, notoriously abrasive and have no idea whatsoever what the word "subtle" means. They rip through their music like a rabid pit bull in a litter of kittens and leave twice as much carnage. The music is violently convulsive and sounds like THE RAMONES would if they were a thrash band. All great hardcore vox are raspy and raw, and so are these but underneath all the screaming is a set of classic whiskey soaked rock 'n roll lungs that add a dimension missing in most lesser bands. I realize you would have to be wealthy to buy every CD I recommend in any given issue of this rag but believe me when I say you gotta put this baby at the very top of your list.
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