10 Songs, 36 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
7 Ratings
7 Ratings

Incredible Debut Album

The debut LP from Hunters is 10 songs of scuzzy, heavy, post-punk greatness. I have been waiting for a long time to hear some new material from Hunters and they did not dissappoint. There are searing hooks and catchy back-and-forth vocals. Never a dull moment on this record.I have heard a lot of great albums this year, and this is right up at the top with Roomrunner and Guided By Voices .



Great sound, top record, post-modern rock. Amazing.



Kinda has a nirvana-ish feel with a twist of hole. I'd def rock it when in the mood for some punky spiked out alternative :)

About Hunters

Brooklyn's grungy rockers Hunters revolve around core members (and couple) Izzy Almeida and Derek Watson. Despite very different backgrounds -- Almeida spent her formative years between Albuquerque and Rio de Janeiro, while Watson grew up near Philadelphia and went to wrestling matches with his father -- the pair bonded over their love of the Melvins, Sonic Youth, the Stooges, and the Cramps when they met while working at a Chinatown arcade in 2009. At the time, Watson was in a noise band called Realms, but he and Almeida soon began writing songs together. Gigs at venues like the D.I.Y. mecca Death by Audio and self-released cassettes and 7"s led to 2011's debut EP, Hands on Fire, which featured production work by James Iha. The duo officially became a quartet with drummer Gregg Giuffré and bassist Thomas Martin in 2012, and early the following year Hunters signed to Mom + Pop Records. The band reunited with Iha to work on its self-titled debut, which arrived in October 2013. ~ Heather Phares

Brooklyn, NY



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