B-Monster

At Large (Zeebaholst Records)

B-Monster - <em>At Large</em>

B-Monster - At Large


  There’s no need to clean up or presumptuously perfect your sound, certainly not when you’re B-Monster. Instead, you’re loud, reckless, and into rock ‘n’ roll for the music (and maybe the sex and drugs). For that reason, At Large is an amicable record that just oozes substance—a short romp through a chaotic candyland.

  The band has a special aptitude at taking filthy guitar tones and pounding percussion, and creating fantastic tunes reminiscent of the heyday of ’70s punk. From “Soft Flesh For The Dungeon Of the Damned” to “Critical Love Condition,” At Large is a streamlined and well-written cacophony that will cater to even the most disparate tastes with its catchy riffs and singalong vocals—despite them being hard to decipher at times.

  At Large is wicked. It’s vulgar, it’s simple, and it’s awesome.

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Posted on October 1, 2011

4 Comments

  1. JP
    Posted October 8, 2011 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    Couldn’t agree more. Excellent straight ahead original rock and roll. No cover tunes here, good catchy hooks and barbs.
    Cheers

    jp

  2. Dean Hannas
    Posted October 11, 2011 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

    How can you not love a song like “Naked Machine gun Girls”?!!!

  3. Kurt
    Posted November 16, 2011 at 4:38 pm | Permalink

    pure fun… spirited rock n roll. the way it should be… why aren’t there more bands like this?… rare find!

  4. bogie
    Posted November 29, 2011 at 7:59 pm | Permalink

    This music sounds has that cool 50-60s
    rebel rocker vibe or more recently
    every time I hear b monster band stuff
    I sounds like it should be used in
    Quentin Tarantino movie which is totally
    cool.

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