ALBUM REVIEW: Pink Poison – Versus The Würm | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 29.04.22

 

 

 

They light the fuse, it is a short fuse, so stand back quickly…run for cover, dive for safety…no time…too late… Pink Poison have exploded onto the scene with a scattergun of short, sharp, seismic shocks. Guttural guitars growl, pneumatic drumming, vocals spat out from a mouth of hot gravel. This gloriously OTT, alt. post-punk garage blues has been rocket launched from somewhere beneath a post-apocalyptic Tyneside.

Bedlam! Oozing out of an opened hole like a weeping sore. Slaying monsters. Screaming over speedbumps. Sprung from Hell. Everywhere contesting. Infesting. Cartoon comic capers. Gaming. Framing. Supernatural.

Any last requests? A glorious, uproarious Captain Beefheart-ian funer-real finale, When I Die. The Pink Poison four have left their stain and the Würm has Turned.

 

 
 

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