Castle Face Records

Feral Ohms

Feral Ohms

'"Teenage God Born To Die," from Feral Ohms' self-titled debut, carries in it the historical DNA of those who lit the fuse (looking squarely at Wayne Kramer of the MC5) and the virus of revisionist improvements made possible by Japan's High Rise back in the '80s. After those first few tape-delay clicks, there is no safety mechanism to prepare you for Miller's galvanized riffs, nor is there much warning for the hellacious halos of guitar than run roughshod in his leads. Haynes and Johnson, both responsible for their quotients of heaviness in outfits like Nudity and Drunk Horse, respectively, jack up the tempos to reckless speeds and drop low-end and tom hits that sound like mortar shells raining down on the surface.' -NPR Songs We Love

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