Pseudo Heroes

Pseudo Heroes

Betraying Angry Thoughts

Theologian

Pseudo Heroes is Down By Law lead guitarist Sam Williams’ band. Pseudo Heroes, not surprisingly, sound vaguely like older DBL with a different singer. Other reference points include Bad Religion and Face To Face. This full-length continues in the same vein as Pseudo Heroes’ split with DBL, and also includes a Motörhead cover. This trio is based out of the unlikely berg of Valrico, Florida, so for those of you who remember Ink 19‘s print magazine (which primarily served the Florida-Georgia area) days, you can catch Pseudo Heroes fairly regularly in the central Florida area. Good, solid stuff.

Theologian Records, PO Box 1070, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254; http://www.theologianrecords.com • Pseudo Heroes, PO Box 655, Valrico, FL 33595; http://home.att.net/~desmondd/pseudoheroes/pseudo.htm, docgorpon@aol.com

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