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Fitz of Depression

Fitz of Depression

Fitz of Depression


"Many bands will tout a list of more established or well-known groups they've shared the stage with as part of their bio, in an attempt to get the concert ticket or CD-buying public's attention. And sometimes that's the only thing worthy of any notice. Fitz of Depression are different, however. Although they've played alongside everyone from Nirvana and Bikini Kill to Bad Brains and Rage Against The Machine, the trio from the Northwest make it clear why they were included on such tours. Read more on Last.fm
"Many bands will tout a list of more established or well-known groups they've shared the stage with as part of their bio, in an attempt to get the concert ticket or CD-buying public's attention. And sometimes that's the only thing worthy of any notice. Fitz of Depression are different, however. Although they've played alongside everyone from Nirvana and Bikini Kill to Bad Brains and Rage Against The Machine, the trio from the Northwest make it clear why they were included on such tours.

When it comes to powerhouse punk that knocks unprepared listeners on their ass, these Olympia-born rockers are still among the best. Heavy riffs, bellowing vocals, and a jackhammer rhythm section were the only audio ammunition Fitz needed to make a lasting impact. They even succeeded in turning a cover of "867-5309/Jenny" into a pop-punk anthem on their classic EP Pigs Are People Too (Negative Feedback, 1995). The fact that they're still killing it, when so many of their contemporaries are dead and buried, is a testament to their talent and resilience." (Sean McCourt) Read more on Last.fm.

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