Poignantly recalling Avail and Fugazi’s, hook-rendered hardcore, with the emphasis on “hard,” Siren’s none too thinly veiled social commentary made for some of the finest thinking mans punk in the ‘90s. Their meager catalog, merely this 7” and the equally bristling Becoming Wheels lp that followed in 1996, convincingly did them justice, but left me craving more. Mouthpiece Brian Zero, made a name for himself as a columnist for Maximum Rock and Roll. As of 2006, I was aware that Brian was a substitute teacher, but as he likes to put it, “we’re all teachers.” To get a better idea of what makes the man tick, mosey on over here for a fairly verbose and in-depth interview.
02. Seems to Say
03. Buy Our Fall
04. Some Words
THE SUBURBS - st EP 79 w In Combo LP 80 w Credit In Heaven 2LP 81 w Dream Hog EP 82 w Love Is The Law LP 83 w st LP 86 - REPOST Request: Rattle My Bones was played at every high school dance at my school growing up. Also the album "Love Is The Law" was played at many a ho...
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