Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Deny - Parasite Paradise
Record Label: Cramada
Swedish D-beat should be enough of a description of Deny's music for many out there to know whether or not they like it. Fast and angry punk rock with vocals that border on yelling would be a suitable outline for those unfamiliar with the music of Discharge and the D-beat sub-genre that the UK band spawned and was so named due to the band's drumbeat. The rest of you will already expect fast angry short songs heavily influenced by Discharge. "Parasite Paradise" is a comeback album as it's the first release for the band in a decade.
The longest song on "Parasite Paradise" clocks in at two minutes and twenty two seconds. There's no question as to whether or not this music is punk. It's sandpaper raw and scratches the right itches and places that don't itch until they bleed.
Release Date: 29 April 2018
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