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Bury them All
"a furious and filthy slab of reverb-infused
Aug 28, 2012 Presales start.
The Cheap Freaks recorded their debut LP
in both Berlin (with Real Junk producer
Tom Schwoll) and Dublin (with Sean
Coleman at Qube Studios). Their debut LP
“Bury Them All” consists of tracks from
both these studios, plus a few home demos.
Since forming, the band has built a
dedicated European following, toured
Germany, opened for the likes of the
Buzzcocks, Jay Reatard, The Black Angels
and Beady Eye on their recent Irish tour.
The European release of “Bury Them All”
coincided with a European tour in September
2011 with stops in Italy, Switzerland, France,
Spain, Portugal, and Ireland.
(*) “Bury Them All is their debut album – and what
a furious and filthy slab of reverb-infused
garage-punk it is too. Utterly dripping in
attitude, the record is as infectious as a
zombie bite, and they effortlessly tread the
line between Misfits-esque sucker punches
(‘1984’) to organ-infused 70s rock jams (‘I’m
Coming Home’) throughout all 14 tracks.”
- Edwin McFee (Hotpress Magazine)