Kabul Golf Club – Le Bal Du Rat Mort (Bilbo Records)
Published on October 26th, 2012
Angular Belgian spazz-core with a Dalek on vocals. I’m having to resist a very strong temptation to end my review there, but people want more from me. Always more. I got sent this EP ages ago but we suddenly got popular for some reason so I got sent a bunch of stuff. My brain capsizes when presented with large amounts of work so I just ignored it all until now. A good, short EP with friendly nods to Retox / The Locust and other arty screamo bands but with its own identity, an identity that most closely resembles a confrontational and slightly schizophrenic masked figure lurching at you from an alleyway, who you think is going to kill you with a hammer, but who actually only wants to ask if you would like to share his cereal and look at his collection of celebrity watercolours.
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