Music Reviews

The Boils

World Poison

Cyclone

Pure pissed powerful music from West Chester, PA! Whoa, these fellas came to a show that I helped put on in my sleepy town of Avalon, NJ, and they scared people. People in my town just aren’t used to punk rockers. If they would just open up their minds they would have found out that the Boils are some really nice guys.

Anyway, these guys bring out the patch-wearing punks to every show they play in the Northeast, and now they are going big with World Poison . Well thought out political/personal lyrics with what I can only call “blistering” music. Also see old albums by Violent Society and The Pist.

Cyclone Records, 24 Pheasant Run, Merrimack, NH 03054


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