The kings of Russian garage rock are massively productive this year. I, frankly speaking, lost count of how many albums they released this year, it seems that not less than 4 full-length and some Eps.
The garage punk about love and social disorder gradually transformed into a garage hard rock with a vintage sound referring to the proto-metal and occult rock of the early 70’s, and texts where the demon’s invocation adjoins the call to beat the street lanterns.
Because “when it’s dark it burns inside”.
Stream “Home Punk” on Bandcamp.