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Witness the Monstrous Power of Kaiju DaiSenso’s New Video “Jet Jaguar a Go Go”

Where do you hide when an unfathomable force of nature threatens to destroy the world? What if that force of nature comes in the form of intense, Punk-ridden Powerviolence? You can’t just plug your ears and hope it goes away, and chances are if your reading Cvlt Nation, you’ll probably welcome such a beast with open arms.

   

NYC-based Kaiju Daisenso are the very beast in question. Made up of former members of such bands as Helen of Troy and Gospel, and inspired by Japanese Monster Movies, they have come together to lay waste to a metropolis near you. Their latest release, “Reptilian Majesty”, is available now courtesy of Small Hand Factory Productions.

From the sludge-ridden, monster rising from the ocean sounds of opener “Seatopia Rising” through the fist-pumping Punk closer “Piglet”, “Reptilian Majesty” will convince you not only that the Lizard People are real, but that they are ruled over by collossal beasts and you should welcome all of them as your masters. There’s even an appropriately scuzzed up cover of “Biotech is Godzilla” to warp your your puny human brain.

Today we bring you the premiere of the video for “Jet Jaguar a Go Go.” Kneel down and worship, pathetic meat bag…

 
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