After taking it easy with an acoustic act for our last Band of The Month, this month we are getting stuck back into something a little more aggressive. With the band only releasing their debut tracks a short time ago, Snakes Get Bad Press are out to make an impact on all who hear them. The band is packed with seasoned veterans of the local music scene, and they are out to show you that they haven’t lost their touch. The band has been working on their debut EP, Residues, which has just been released through Art As Catharsis as a digital download, and physical pre orders are now up. THIs release is 5 tracks packed with high energy aggressive punk hardcore goodness, and they have earned their spot as the Chucking a Mosh Band of The Month for September. Well done guys.

Pick up a copy of Residues here

‘Residues’ is a seething mass of pounding drums, tortured screams and dissonance — at times jarring and complex, at others subdued or incredibly catchy. The EP from this Sydney four-piece brings to mind forward-thinking hardcore from IDYLLS, Refused, Daughters, Gaza, The Chariot, and Robotosaurus

Featuring members of Totally Unicorn, Slowly Building Weapons, Jackals and Nobody Knew They Were Robots — and with production handled by Tim ‘The Wyzzarde’ Carr at 301 Studios (Dumbsaint, We Lost the Sea, Adrift for Days, Matt Corby, The Herd, Fat Guy Wears Mystic Wolf Shirt) — it’s no wonder why ‘Residues’ is sure to hit some punk top 10 lists this year.




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