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After issuing a pair of well-received EPs in 2013, brothers Dee, Isaiah, and Solomon Radke, all of whom were well under the voting age at the time of release, looked poised to bring their vintage, Misfits-obsessed punk rock sound to the world's stage. After a vigorous bout of touring (and home schooling), the St. Joseph, Missouri-based trio headed into the studio and began work on their much anticipated debut long-player. Recorded in San Francisco, California and Sheffield, England with producer Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, the Fall, Jarvis Cocker), the resulting Delicious Rock Noise, which was originally issued in 2015 as Dark Black Makeup, is an old-school blast of misunderstood youth-fueled horror punk that's delivered with both punch and panache. It also couldn't have been created without the existence of the Misfits' 1982 debut full-length Walk Among Us, due in large part to frontman Dee's spot-on Glenn Danzig impersonation (to be fair, he tosses in a little Ian Astbury, Nick Cave, and Jim Morrison for good measure). The songs themselves are economical, melodic, and bristling with teen angst and nervy bravado, with highlights arriving via the propulsive "Romance Down," the classic rock-tinged "Hunger Pain," and the meaty, Social Distortion/Ramones-blasted title cut, which opens on a knowingly ironic note with the line "kids these days." Barely out of their teens, the band's enthusiastic aping of their idols can be forgiven (they even go so far as to build the largely nonsensical "Le Song" around the lyric "come a little bit closer," which is the refrain from the Walk Among Us gem "Vampira"), but they'll need to dial down the hero worship on future endeavors if they ever want to establish their own legacy of brutality.

Customer Reviews

Been waiting and am so impressed

Love these guys! Fantastic first full studio album from this brother trio!


They had me ready to buy when I saw the Teen Titans theme! Love their sound!

Must listen to

Great album to add to a collection.


Formed: 2010 in St. Joseph, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Garage punk trio Radkey were formed in St. Joseph, Missouri in 2010 by brothers Dee, Isaiah, and Solomon Radke, who grew up listening to their music-mad father's vast collection of punk, rock, and metal records. The band was formed after Isaiah lent Dee his bass guitar so he could play in a local covers band. Seeing his brother on-stage, Isaiah decided that he wanted in on the action; youngest brother Solomon also expressed an interest and took up drumming, and Radkey were born. After rehearsing...
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Delicious Rock Noise , Radkey
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Nov 11, 2016

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