The first full length from Boston trio Bloody Gears. Eight tracks of dark melodic punk, bleak and bitter as New England winter. These songs express the frustrating alienation and looming despair of modern existence. Drawing their own sound from punk, postpunk, and hardcore, Bloody Gears are often compared to bands like the Wipers, Husker Du, Moving Targets, or Articles of Faith. The LP, which builds on the foundation of a demo and two 7"s, includes a different mix of the recent single "Frozen Rain."
Punk in the vein of Wipers! Raw, melodic, and totally underrated!