Tony Foresta - Vocals
Brandon - Drums
Andy - Bass
Ryan Waste - Guitar
Every great band starts from a good first impression. That’s I what I normally think of, making me to look up for band’s old EPs and demos. This self titled EP of Municipal Waste is no short of that. This angst filled EP just rampages its way through my stereo, showing a good example of Crossover Thrash.
The first actual track starts of with a couple of hammer on to give a thrashy vibe. This is only soon to be squashed upon fast paced furious beat topped with angry screams. The next track Detention Mosh Session starts off with something that sounds as if something taken from an 80s skate video. The whole EP comes in the form of short burst of anger with lyrics spewed upon in the form of teenage screams. This may be a crossover EP but this is nowhere close you might hear from Suicidal Tendencies. The record though sounds as if it came from the same era. If it’s intentional, they really got it. The recording is very raw, giving it a pseudo 80s feel. The aggressiveness of this band is captured in this EP in an amazing way. If the band played much faster and screamed harder, they might end up with power violence. I recommend this to all hardcore fans out there who love the old school vibe.
Good tracks: Cxmxdx, Rock Hatchet Knife(Nice acoustic intro!)
Originally issued by Amendment Records, reissued in Europe by Busted Heads
|2.||Thrashin's My Business... And Business Is Good||01:43||[view lyrics]|
|3.||Detention Mosh Session||01:10||[view lyrics]|
|6.||Floor Score||00:57||[view lyrics]|
|Total playing time||06:25|
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