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Mid Carson July

Wessel

Fueled By Ramen

Energetic and upbeat almost hardcore edged rock n’ roll. Slamming between some early Bad Religion and the more right now sounds of bands like Alkaline Trio (but without so much pop melody and more of a ska-punk sneer). Some head shaking bass lines hit rolling steady underneath an almost heavy metal guitar riff, while the non stop vocals scream and sing towards the inevitable end of it all. There’s really no time to take a breath, caught on those pop hooks that sneak in like some sonic traffic light, stop start, and proceed with caution.

Fueled By Ramen Records: http://www.fueledbyramen.com


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