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BLAZING EYE Ways To DIE Review + Stream + Footage

In their third release, Blazing Eye secure their place as LA’s best punk band. Propagating punk as true and original as bands the likes of G.I.S.M. and Siege, Blazing Eye set fourth with their strongest release since their 2013 demo.

Equal parts disgusting and catchy, the staccato chorus of “Handcuffed In a Grave” starts off the tape with the strength and potency Blazing Eye have come to be known for. Propelling the tape along with “At the Gig,” the song’s mid-tempo slam sounds like United Mutation meets Discharge, and doesn’t lack the intensity of either band. Picking up the tempo significantly, “No One Helped You” captures the undeniable force Blazing Eye are in as short of a time span as possible. The title song, “Ways to Die,” is an immediately indispensable piece of their catalog, and the perfect closer for another incredible tape from one of the crowning jewels of American punk.

 

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  1. Angelo Cuissi

    June 1, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    Leonardo, Vinicius, Francisco

  2. Yane Mendoza

    June 1, 2015 at 8:43 am

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