Staff Picks
Ghoulies

There are many bands named Ghoulies, or something like it, but let it be known that we’re talking about the Australian outfit that can deliver an hour’s worth of mosh-pit worthy punk sprinkled with spastic organ warbles in just about ten minutes.


Ghoulies

Reprogram

Goodbye Boozy

RIYL: The Dickies, Brainiac, Sex Bob-omb

Released: May 21, 2021

https://open.spotify.com/album/7c9vYNB96xZyhdUS0mLq1Y?si=n_YQZDRgTW69EV_3NLhjng&dl_branch=1

Ghoulies #GoodbyeBoozy #TheDickies #Brainiac #SexBob-omb


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