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Album Review

Combining the stop-on-a-dime precision of speed metal and grindcore with the minor-key ranting of vintage hardcore, Trash Talk are a machine that runs on bad vibes, and they dish out enough venom to paralyze a medium-size city on their fifth album, 2014's No Peace. From a technical standpoint, No Peace is beyond impressive — guitarist Garrett Stevenson cranks out an unrelenting volley of crunching downstrokes, with brief interruptions for something resembling solos only adding to the tension rather than releasing it (David Gagliardi is also credited with guitar work on No Peace, but even with a helping hand, the final product is impressive), and the thick, punishing bass of Spencer Pollard and cracking drums of Thomas Pridgen sound as muscular as a team of bouncers at a club where these guys might be playing. If you're looking for some furiously raw background music, Trash Talk delivers that by the pound on No Peace.

Customer Reviews


this is my new favorite drinking record

Can't Wait!

So stoked for this record. Should be sick. That king Krule feature looks so cool.

Riffs for dayzzzz

Some real back to basics bangers on this jawn, Leech and SOS are stand out tracks, already played them on repeat like 30 times. This joint is raw as all hell, can’t wait to mosh my feet to stumps, hardcore lives.


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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