Two killer European bands come together to release an insane all go, no stop split LP armed with D-beats, sick solos, and some piercing guitar tones.
Catholic Guilt, from Austria, plays a good mix of fast paced 80's hardcore punk with some slower tunes that keep the audience slamming. This side of the split reminds me a lot of A Global Threat and Amdi Petersens Arme. This is the bands first vinyl release, but it looks like they have a 7" called Futile Attempts on the way which I'll definitely keep an eye out for.
Inu, from Spain, has a more punk/d-beat style that comes chock full of pogo-your-heart-out parts and group chants. When I listened to the song Cobardes for the first time all I could think about was Peligro Social. The band also seems to have a heavy Japanese influence, like at practice they just sat around and thought about becoming the next Gauze. I'm down with that.
Catholic Guilt's Side
Directo al infierno
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