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- Steve’s Hamper (Quincy Shanks)  Here’s a case of four nice boys from Chicago playing bad ass punk in the traditions of the genre’s founding fathers.  Actually, they look pretty beefy and they’re tough enough to be doing this since 1994.  Starting out the way any good bunch of punkers should, they started with 7 inches, which is where I found them on a split with The Bollweevils in ’97. The  same year they put out their first full length.  Gotta warn you, this is REAL punk, it’s heavy, mean, and sounds like a punch in the face.  Like FEAR with modern twists, great lyrical delivery and sarcasm.  No wussy emotional crap here, just a big ass kickin’. Thank you 4-Squares. -David Morgan    


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