Nice! Coming on like a runaway herd of cracked out horses, Brutal Resistance have finally unleashed some music encoded on plastic to the masses, and it sounds pretty fucking good to me. Snotty vocals, 1-2 1-2 punk rock drumming, nasty toned guitars, shouted out group back up vocals, and creative musical breaks make this a promising release showing the potential this band has. Heavy Motörhead influence, with dashes of R.K.L. and the Partisans thrown in for good measure. Usual punk subjects such as War and Unity are what the songs are all about (I think), and as a whole, I really like this. I dig the vocals. Catchy shit. No wonder I'm always making the effort to watch these guys play. There's definitely something going on here worth checking out. Brutal Resistance are really good, and it shows on these 3 short blasts of melodic anger. Support this band. They deserve it.
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