Lechuguillas – Long Live The Chupacabra  [Album]
Lechuguillas aim to peel skin from faces, not entrance with psychedelics. Informed by classic 1980's noise-rock -- Butthole Surfers, Jesus Lizard, God Bullies, etc. -- in that era, they might have been signed to Amphetamine Reptile or Touch & Go. In this day and age, the band can find a measure of like-mindedness with bands such as Sightings, CaCaw, and XBXRX. The trio’s scabrous guitar skree and choked vocals play like an acid bath or a sandpaper rubdown. They are the blunt instruments serving a mind-over-matter approach. Explosive and aggressive, these guys rip rhythm patterns out of a music style that is not accustomed to such delicacies. Hard smashing beats overdrive the breaking teeth and flying spit usually only felt in hand to hand combat. Chaos is easy to create but hard to control, however, Lechuguillas do both. Their live show will leave you disorientated and satisfied.
- We Bring Black Death
- Oppenheimer Blues
- The Butcher
- Mark Twain, The Last Man
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