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Astonishing UK Punk!
Guilty Parents ” The Black Ooze”
Review + Stream

For those that enjoy punk music but crave something a little more on the garage/artsy side of punk, Nottingham’s Guilty Parents are probably the match made in Hell you’ve been waiting for. Guilty Parents play a solid blend of art rock, punk and garage while incorporating various effects and flashing lights in to their live performances. The band’s first release came out in 2010, and since then Guilty Parents have improved their sound with each release. Their 2013 EP titled Noro is a fantastic example of noisy and catchy post punk that would compliment any low ceiling venue or large scale stage. Guilty Parents most recent display of music can be heard in their 2014 full length titled  The Black Ooze which was released in June. The Black Ooze is not quite as noisy as their previous EP Noro but still encompasses catchy riffs and tempos along with a dark and eerie tone to win over any listener. Far too often, bands that play a  post punk style are thought of as being a bit less energetic  than the traditional brick-through-window pace of punk music, but Guilty Parents do not stray away from playing energetic and fast tunes that give the audience the option to get wild or hang back and enjoy the show. The versatility of this band is very impressive and anyone who is currently trying to start a post punk band would be doing themselves a huge disservice by not giving every song on Guilty Parents’ bandcamp (located below) their full and undivided attention.

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