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No High Fives to Bullshit

No High Fives to Bullshit

No High Fives to Bullshit


From Colorado comes some of the sludgiest, heaviest, most fucked up pop punk ever. People throw around Crimsphrine a lot as a point of reference for describing a band, but NH5s are one of the only bands that actually have some of that energy and grit that everybody else is only hoping will come across in playing scrubby punk rock. And whereas other bands imitate, these guys take that basic idea and build on it to create something new. Or in their words: "Members of Roskopp Read more on Last.fm
From Colorado comes some of the sludgiest, heaviest, most fucked up pop punk ever. People throw around Crimsphrine a lot as a point of reference for describing a band, but NH5s are one of the only bands that actually have some of that energy and grit that everybody else is only hoping will come across in playing scrubby punk rock. And whereas other bands imitate, these guys take that basic idea and build on it to create something new. Or in their words: "Members of Roskopp, Clusterfux, and Doldrums all come together for a loud as fuck, downtuned version of Otis Redding's "Try a little tenderness". Up the punks, stomp the crust!!" To date, the band has released a split 7-inch with Snuggle (on 1-2-3-4 Go! Records) and contributed a song to "Dangerous Intersections VI" (on Traffic Street Records) along with The Manix, The Humanoids, and The Taxpayers. In the works are NH5's debut full-length as well as split 7-inch with Troublemake.

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