Music Reviews

Unitas

Porch Life

No Idea

A hard rockin’ sound that immediately reminds me of Fear, at least in the drive of the guitar and the sound of the vocals. These guys are definitely playing with some strong influences, but even through the sounds that touch on bands like Reverend Horton Heat, and maybe even The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (maybe), Unitas give the porch more than life, they set it on fire. Straight up and in your face, no mercy – no apologies. Just music for your adrenaline glands. Scream it.

No Idea, PO Box 14636, Gainesville, FL 32604; http://www.noidearecords.com


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