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punk for punks

For years there's been a gap in the punk scene. Bands like TSOL, Bad Brains, and the Descendents pumped us all up, wrote songs to make mix tapes with, and gave us logos to doodle on our notebooks. But the true punk herd is thinning as the ranks of goofy, glam inspired pop punk are growing. Smartbomb is one of a rare breed of true punk bands that can fill the void. They play punk for punks. With snotty vocals, fast drums and simplistic guitars - none of which are over produced or sissyfied - these guys shoot from the hip and deliver a slightly crusty, always aggressive sound. If you're familiar with TKO records and their brand of punk you'll be glad to know one of the guys from Shock Nagasaki is in this band.

Hands down one of the greatest punk cd's of 2008

Let me be the first to say, this album is amazing from start to finish. The entire cd will blow you away. If I had to pick a favorite track, it would be a tie between "Undercurrents" and "Second View." I would highly reccommend this cd!

Biography

Formed: Washington DC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Washington, D.C.'s Smartbomb combines the attack of such legendary bands from the region (Fugazi, Shudder to Think) with the melodicism of such emo bands as Sunny Day Real Estate. Formed in the late '90s, Smartbomb commenced when longtime friends Scott Brotemarkle (bass/vocals) and Chuck Andrada (guitar/vocals) began playing together, resulting in the release of their first album, 1998's ...Here Comes the Slapback, on the local independent label Screaming Goddess Records. Afterwards, two other local...
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