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KKZCCH!

November 1, 2006

Band Name: KKZCCH!

Album Name: S/T
Best Element: the feeling the album leaves you with
Genre: Spaz/ Grindcore
Website: www.myspace.com/kkzcch
Label Name: Sassbologna records (http://sassbologna.com/news.htm)

Band E-mail: www.myspace.com/kkzcch

You will hate this album….if you hate The Locust. If you love The Locust like I do, you have just found the best new band of the year. These guys play brutal, kick-you-in-the-face-while-ripping-out-your-spleen grindcore. Each song is between 15 and 30 seconds long, making the entire 10 track tape last about 3 minutes. There are three different vocalists, I think- or maybe one vocalist using three different voices. Who the hell knows? The recording is very rough but it gives you the feeling of standing in the middle of a room as KKZCCH! has a seizure all around you.

After listening to the tape, I felt exhausted. The music is so powerful, it knocks the wind out of you as you sit idly by and listen. KKZCCH! is the definition of “ass-kicking hardcore.” Basically, I loved it but I want more. Three minutes of this is not enough; I want to hear a 20 minute album of the KKZCCH! destroying a room. Go buy this album, and then convince Sassbologna to re-release the tape. This tape is an experience. It kicks you in the balls, steps on your head and leaves you begging for more abuse.

-Scott Landis

redbassist66@comcast.net

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