Mutoid Man’s “War Moans” is unapologetically dirty, rough, and lascivious, and it’s having so much fun that you’ll be swept up in its aggression with a smile.
Devil Electric’s self-titled release combines groovy doom with hard rock and 70s fuzz into a seductive debut. Only hard work sounds this casual.
The songs on 203040 are fun, well-structured, and perfect for knocking around in a club with friends. The album is both interesting and playful, even though the sound is aggressive, and it’s easy to tell that Raphael, Guillaume, and Antoine are having fun.
The eight songs on Rock n Roll Holocause are full of fun filth. There are so many crunchy, groovy riffs here, powering vocal melodies that drip with self-confidence. The album liner notes instruct the listener to “Take drugs and worship Satan, rock n rollers!!!” Everyone’s having fun at this party.