ethic they live by. Forming in 2008 in Chicago while running The Mopery, and self releasing 2 albums and a 7 inch split with harsh improv group Tiger Hatchery, Lechuguillas has made their way to Austin in October 2011. While only playing seldom shows since the move, they have self released a 3rd album before a month long tour which will kick off at xxxx; a natural choice considering where they've come from. Hot & Ready (recorded by Coma in Algiers' Evan at 5th. St.) consists of the same relentless, assaulting, noise trash that is, aside from earpiercing; well thought out skilled musicians disguising themselves with Jim Beam and sweat to seem like it's not put together. This will be Lechuguillas last show in Austin before tour, and there won't be another chance to catch them since they will be on hiatus indefinitely. If you want to see pummeling, unforgiving drums (Camacho) paired with equally sounding jagged fuck you Bass (Jesse Pollock), and more importantly, tossed with knife stabbing guitar feedback (Mike Hart), that is accompanied by bear wrestling vocals that continuesly make you want to wreck your car for fun, this is the show for you. -------------------------------------------------------- Explosive and aggressive these guys rip rhythm patterns out of a music style that is not accustom to such delicacies. Hard smashing beats overdrive the breaking teeth and flying spit usually only felt in hand to hand combat. Chaos is easy to create but hard to control, Lechuguillas does both.
The live show will leave you disorientated and satisfied. This is the sound that goes through my head when my low life job makes me mad. --Reviewed by D. Nakers-- Soundplot.net Lechuguillas is aiming to peel skin from faces, not entrance with psychedelics. The trio's scabrous guitar skree and choked vocals play like an acid bath or a sandpaper rubdown. They're the blunt instruments serving a mind-over-matter approach.
—Bryan Reed http://www.lechuguillas.com http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lechuguillas/111166185716738 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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