#ICYMI New Trax: Outtacontroller, EDDY, Negative Rage +

Up the punx and add a dash of freaky fucking jazz with these new Halifax tracks

click to enlarge Outtacontroller is back, yayyy
Outtacontroller is back, yayyy

In case you missed it (#ICYMI), here are some recently released tracks and demos that'll punk you up on this rainy Thursday, plus a free jazz freak out. Caution: this shit is BAD ASS. 


Outtacontroller - Television Zombie 

Halifax's favourite punk band is back with a new LP called Television Zombie on P-Trash (Germany), Young Modern (Can) and South Paw (US). As pop-punk perfectionists, these guys took their time crafting this sick-ass collection of fuzzed-out 1,2,3,4's, and I'm loving it. 



eddy -  M♤⎦✄ (Malk)

A new collaboration between Nick Dourado (sax) and Nathan Doucet (drums), this free-jazz freakout is "FREEDOM, BABY," says Doucet, "It's from the heart and spurred on by 63% Jamaican rum." Recorded by Tri Le at his house, mastered by Jeremy Costello. It's fucking beautiful. 



Negative Rage - If You're a Punk I Don't Wanna Be One

Potentially the best title of anything ever, this new tape by Cody Googoo's band is sick as hell, somewhere between fuck-you whiney, bass-heaviness snotty and it's just really great and diverse. Skate to it, fuck to it, whatever. "So Sick" around 7 minutes and 40 feels really great, just rail it. 




Carcass Toss - Demo 1

Heavy and intense as fuck. The inside of my brain getting fucked right now. Members of Napalm Raid, Hellacaust, Grump, Bricks, Versifist and Life Chain. NOT SAFE FOR WORK. 



Send new tracks and releases to adria@thecoast.ca. 


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