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All Things-

For Fans of D4, American Steel, Dead to Me....I have only recently been turned on to this band but I would absolutely recommend this and their "Hospitals" ep. Both Absolutely rock with the same intensity as earlier discs from the above mentioned bands.....gritty... clever instrumentation as well. Can't say enough about 'em.

makes you want to smile and smash things

This is a crusty gem consisting of collected tracks spanning 2003-2006. Never before has something been so beautiful and so ugly at the same time. It makes you want to smash things and smile. Poppy crust punk melodies clash with gritty vocals in basement bliss. Lo-fi, lo-tech punks and drunks need to get this, no matter what it takes.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Minneapolis MN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Minneapolis punk band Off with Their Heads began in 2003, taking their membership from area punk and hardcore institutions like Dillinger Four, Dear Landlord, Banner Pilot, and the Fake Boys, among others. Based around the depraved and hard-living themes of vocalist Ryan Young's songs, the band existed mostly in the form of an endless string of EP and split 7" releases for many years. Also focused on constant touring, Off with Their Heads maintained a revolving lineup so they could stay on the road...
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