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BITCHES’ BROOD – Boss Hog Resurface With A Snarling, Nightmare Vision Of Imminent Threat

I’ve spent quite a long time in the company of Brood X now and it’s my pleasure to tell you it never gets old. Coolly referencing their lengthy hiatus – the album is named after a cicada that resurfaces every 17 years – it’s a record that respects Boss Hog’s history but packs a few surprises as well. The glacial funk of 2000 predecessor Whiteout is largely missing, replaced by a heavier more aggressive punk sound, reminiscent of their early records. Dripping with bitter satire and black […]

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