Let's Destroy the World Tonight
Let's Destroy the World Tonight Hailing from DETROIT ROCK CITY!! Switchblade justice plays a straight forward brand of PUNK n ROLL with PURE RAW POWER!! This CD was Recorded at the Legendary Ghetto Recorders by the LEGENDARY Producer JIM DIAMOND known for his work with such greats as The New Bomb Turks and so Many More!! Switchblade Justice is a band of worthy veterens of the great Detroit rock and roll and punk scene. Hailing from the ashes of their past bands (The Bomb Pops, Capitol Cities and The Dragstripers) their talents create a fresh new sound but with their influences proudly displayed ! Metro Times: 'Switchblade Justice: Not even Judge Dredd called for switchblade justice, which sounds awfully harsh. But harsh fits, 'cause these guys play barroom punk rock damn well.' Real Detroit: 'Switchblade Justice sound punk,but aren't upbeat.They have a melancholy tone but aren't emo by any stretch.The lead singer's growl isn't of the angry sort.They just don't fit neatly into any punk category.The songs have the underlying sound of deep pain like an electrified Johnny Cash.If Johnny listened to rock,moved to the city for an assembly job and got laid off.' Rod and Kulture. Spring 2011: Spring issue of 'Rod & Culture'... Here is a snippet of the review 'The songs are all fresh yet familer at the same time. Anyone that has punk rock past will enjoy this album I'm sure. Metro Times top 10 of 2010: Switchblade Justice, Let's Destroy The World Tonight: Right at the tail-end of the year, these local rockabilly-inspired punks smashed one out of the park. Switchblade Justice is part Misfits, part Social D, and all class. Best of all, they play out a lot all over town so you can catch them at a venue near you Deep Kutz Blog: Switchblade Justice - Album Release 11/26 - Corktown One of Detroit's preeminent purveyors of punk, Switchblade Justice, invite you to Detroy the World with them. The day after you give thanks for everything, commence then, to give into that spasmodic tazmanian devilish punk inside of you to riccochet all 'round a cacophonous barn, spurred on with the sinister charm of these veteran rockers and the tunes from their new LP. The one-two punching bag drums and chugging bass most effectively connect these trounces to the punk aesthetic, but the vocals are some kind of mutated Elivs-y bubble-gum croon and the swaggering guitars ring so closely to a classic rock swing and shamble. Blend a few dabs of hardcore headslamming catharsis, with teaspoon stiring of nostalgic comic-book cracked revivalism, and boil it in a pot bubbling with the vigor and vile of straight up rock n roll - spill it into a bowl, slam it down with a whiskey chaser and get your ass back up and moving with those tumbling drums. Take a listen:.