Utarid Tapes: Phoenix Bodies cassette – Out Now!
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Raise the Bullshit Flag tape
(Utarid Tapes UT09)
This is tape version from their CD/LP released by Slave Union Records and Happy Couple Never Last Records not a long time ago. PHEONIX BODIES delivers a heavy, distorted metallic screamo HC in the veins of USURP SYNAPSE and with hints of grinds such as THE LOCUST and DISCORDANCE AXIS. This is noisy as fuck!!
tape cover artwork done by Colin C.May
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some reviews of “Raise the Bullshit Flag”:
“Indiana’s Phoenix Bodies have released a bunch of split singles and EPs, but this, their debut album, is exactly the sort of fucked up punk rock noisecore that they need to announce their arrival. All the subtlety of a van full of explosives parked outside a nursery school.
Phoenix Bodies play chaotic, borderline psycho post-hardcore that is bizarre and twisted enough to appeal to Lightning Bolt-loving art bores as well as being brutal and thuggish enough to find a following among those who have perhaps had their frontal lobes mashed in a mosh pit. They understand perfectly the joy of noise and the ecstacy of high speed thrash and the necessity of economy- at just over 15 minutes, this isn’t an album that outstays its welcome.
This is completely stupid, but in a good way.” – Metal Hammer
“Any vacant scenester can bung together some amusing song titles and make a racket which ends up signifying bugger all. ..Raise the bullshit flag.. is quite the opposite, shot through with genuine punk spirit and delivered with the subtlety of a nailbomb.
Marking their debut UK releases after a multitude of Stateside splits, this 10-song/15-minute blast makes for an attention grabbing introduction, balancing serious comment with the sense of humour evident in titles like the anti-fast-food ‘You’ve been hamburgled’In a parallel universe, all politicized grindcore/noise records would be this much fun.” – Kerrang