Cattle Drums - The Boy Kisser Sessions Plus 3
It’s been a while since any album has struck me with an adrenaline of newness, much less a recording with such a tribute for Punk. Cattle Drums leaves off where bands like Bear Vs. Shark left off on its The Boy Kisser Sessions +3
The opening track has a defined lead guitar effort and aptly supporting bass and drums. “New Furniture And Wigs” is a little diddy to give you a taste of these boys hailing from upstate N.Y. “Who Punched Pat Moore’s Face” is very comparable to the days of Nirvana’s “Bleach.” With a song title like “Sluts and Coconuts”, its an array of different Rock and Punk vibes.
“Borvg The Nag” is more like The Hives than most songs here, but without the generic feeling. “Two Pigeons” has a terrific opening drum roll that sets the pace nicely. “Just The Right Height” is the first track you’ll play for fans of At The Drive- in or Armsbendback. The closing track “I Know Who Killed Me” is a melodically acoustic track featuring more of a random spoken-word lyricism than a planned attack. That is until the final words of the spoken-word become the outro explosion. “So here I sit, with a burned out candle and a box full of wet matches!”
With a bonded instrumentation featuring a Glam/Acoustic/Punk/Metal sound and undeniably smooth, but raspy lead vocals, Cattle Drums is just getting started. The Boy Kisser Sessions +3 is the start of things to come.
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