TRACK REVIEW: Pink Poison – Sprung From Hell | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Sprung From Hell, the latest release from Geordie garage punks Pink Poison, is a 62 second burst of rough and ready 21st Century DIY blues that slaps you around the face as it is kneeing you in the groin.

Harsher than a broken Stihl saw, it snaps and snarls like a rabid dog hopped up on gasoline and raw meat, building up an imposing cacophony of slashed speaker cones, dissonant drums and whiskey-soaked vocals that sets the world on fire, burning wildly out of control before swiftly hitting a wall marked ‘the end’.

Sometimes, as demonstrated here, music doesn’t need to be complicated; sometimes, a large blast of raw intensity is all you really need.

Released: 05.02.21

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