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Though it might not want to be pigeonholed as such, Sacramento’s Trash Talk is a hardcore revivalist band. Like Keith Morris’ band Off!, Trash Talk's songs are allocated bursts of old-school punk that play no longer than a standard fistfight. In fact, its 14-song 2012 album 119 lasts for a total of 22 minutes. At two minutes and 31 seconds, the sludgy “Blossom & Burn” is the longest song here (and it boasts guest vocals by Hodgy Beats and Tyler, the Creator). Conversely, “For The Lesser Good” is a thrash-punk attack that only lasts 27 seconds. Claiming such influences as early Bad Brains, Black Flag, and '80s skate punk, Trash Talk recalls a time when most of the guys at all-ages shows wore shaved heads, hand-me-down flannels, 501s, and tattered Chuck Taylor high-tops. But as the title of the pummeling “F**k Nostalgia” suggests, it’s not like these guys are singing about Reaganomics or new wave preppies. Their lyrics are rooted in railing against 21st-century injustices. In “Uncivil Disobedience,” Lee Spielman hoarsely screams: “Occupy the streets!”

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i honestly think they shoulve put back2 grindin on here though #SUSAN

Trash Talk is still exceptional.

Despite that the track featuring Tyler,The Creator and Hodgy Beats was somewhat of an experiment for Trash Talk,the band still hits home,with a continuation of their spastic punk sound,without the sludgy element present in Eyes & Nines and their self-titled.Trash Talk still acknowledges their roots and predecessors,regardless of their newfound sound that could easily blend with Hip-Hop.I don't see 119 as any sort of regression,but a progression and maturity of their sound.And with that,I hope that this band may prosper in upcoming years!


Formed: 2005 in Sacramento, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Wild Sacramento, California hardcore revivalists Trash Talk had been playing together for two years before their debut recording, Plagues: Walking Disease, was released by Rumble Records in 2007. Taking influence from American hardcore and speed metal, the group included vocalist Lee Spielman, guitarist Garrett Stevenson, bassist Spencer Pollard, and drummer Sam Bosson. Steady touring and frantic shows won the guys a well-deserved buzz as friendships with the right people gave them another leg up...
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