Can be found somewhere between Skid Row, Ugly Kid Joe, Boozed and Gluecifer. "Super pursuit mode aggressive thrash distortion" is an unpredictable Rock bastard which doesn't tolerate any compromises. Eat The Gun deliver another strong output right after their debut "Cross your fingers".
Tracklist - Super pursuit mode aggressive thrash dis...
- 1.Tendency to Sin
- 2.Solitary Sinners
- 5.Walk Out On Me
- 6.Blood Running Black
- 7.Unleash The Freak
- 9.The Shallow Brained
- 10.Viva La Insane
- 11.Greedom Speaks
EMP Editorial Team (19.03.2009)
Eat The Gun are one of those indestructible German bands who don't give a damn about the whole music biz and just do their thing. Established record companies: Naah. Musical compromises: fuck it. A certain style: forget it. Even in our digital days, there should be bands like them: handmade music, a view and an opinion sharpened by many live shows - that influences a combo... Besides - Eat The Gun's self-confidence is justified: compared to the older stuff, their style has changed a bit, but they're still at it in a timeless and no-trends way. What you get is basically modern Heavy Metal, Rock'n'Roll hovering between Skid Row, Ugly Kid Joe, Boozed, and Gluecifer - all drenched with blood, sweat and tears. "Super pursuit mode aggressive thrash distortion" is an unpredictable Rock bastard knowing only one direction: forward. This is no-cliché Power Rock'n'Roll by uncompromising blokes. Viva la insane.