Written by Karl Bakla.
This is the kind of music that makes you so excited that you throw your unsuspecting friend through a window & when that friend gets up you bash a terracotta pot over their head. Sure, it is right to assume that there is a lot of substance abuse in my circle of friends, but we also appreciate good music, Pepe's Tacos, and interesting experiences.
You could easily label Corrupt Leaders as Crust, but I think that would be a bit of a disservice to them and to the potential listeners who would be put off by that label. This band has a very heavy sound that fans of chugga-chugga Hard Core, Grind, Punk, Doom, & good Emo (Rorschach / Downcast) will enjoy, & if they don't, that is because they are stupid. For fucks sake, I am an alcoholic that listens to Too Many Daves & I thought this was good! Speaking of being an alcoholic, I wish I was drunk right now seeing Corrupt Leaders playing a show with Nests & God's America!
According to the Moshpit Tragedy website, all profits from this label go to the Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, which makes me happy because I am the kind of self-righteous vegetarian that cares more about animals than people. Usually when people make statements like this they are joking, I am not joking! I would run into a house to save a mangy cat before a human… well, unless that human was a writer on the onethirtyeight.org writing staff. So buy some tunes, help out a cause, & pat yourself on the back!
Available on the bands Reverb Nation page, which you can go to by clicking here.
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