THE MURDER: BOSTON PUNK RAWK SUPREME
Friday, June 18th, 2010 – By Rob DeLaTaja
The Murder’s ‘Til Death EP is packed with fun pop-punk anthems that are loud, fast, simple and appropriately Boston.
There’s nothing on The Murder’s ‘Til Death EP that you haven’t heard before. It’s fairly basic three-chord pop-punk supremacy that should please anybody who’s a fan of the genre.
Opening track “Streets of Boston” is a great punk rawk tribute to Boston. The lyrics are simple and catchy enough that it could become a sports bar staple with a little exposure. It’s the kind of song you listen to and scream “Fuck yeah, Boston! I love this town.” “Soundclash” lives up to its name, clashing a slow reggae groove with The Murder’s brand of punk to surprising effect. The parts with reggae artist D’Arryval (whose myspace may deserve some sort of eyesore award) don’t even have to do with the rest of the song… not really… doesn’t matter anyway, that’s not the fucking point, man! This is PUNK RAWK! It doesn’t need to make any fucking sense. Now drink some beer, mosh a bit and STFU! [Rob de la Teja]
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