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CD REVIEW: LEECHES – Lords Of Dullsville

| 13 February 2014 | Reply

LEECHES – Lords Of Dullsville
Bridge Sounds
January 2014
Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar

Leeches - Lords Of Dullsville cover

Named after Perth’s (mostly unfair) reputation as the Sleepy Hollowest capital in the land and sporting cover art and props from Hard-Ons legend Ray Anh, Leeches’ album comes flailing through the moshpit at you at 100 mph and is gone in the blink of a slammingly furious eye. The ten tracks whiz past in a fraction under 12 minutes, in fact, which is a bit light on even by frenzied punk album standards.

Having said that, the likes of Choking, Cracked And Broken, Drain and the appropriately titled Media Frenzy never sound rushed – as speedy as Lemmy after a 4 night bender, but never suffering premature cessation.

Lords Of Dullsville is, instead, a ball tearing meth-fuelled thrash through ten madhouse tracks made for slamming into walls at a full sprint, and it’s the most intense 12 minutes you’ll spend this summer. Brace yourself for the comedown – nothing seems the same after a dose of Leeches.



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