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|5||You'll Be Happier With Lower Standards||Lyrics/Info||0:45|
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With Heaven's Pregnant Teens, Some Girls' first release on Epitaph Records, the group has honed its white knuckled assault down to 25 minutes of unrelenting musical psychosis while adding new dimensions of brutality to their now-trademark thrash attack. Throughout the album's thirteen tracks, complex time changes invert riffs on their heads as layers of guitars trample each other before spreading out into electrified tendrils. Bassist Justin Pearson's fuck fuzz-soaked bass and drummer Sal Gallegos' unremitting percussive attack provide a manic backdrop to singer Wes Eisold's frantic caged dog vocal assailments. In short, it's a musical mindfuck. From the cannon shot intro of the album's crushing opener "Beautiful Rune" to the death drone of its nine-minute closing suite "Deathwish," Heaven's Pregnant Teens is a document of five twisted musical minds making the most gloriously deranged noise producer Alex Newport (At The Drive In, The Locust, Sepultura) could commit to tape.
"Basically, we wanted to brutalize people and have each song punch people in the face and not let up until they were choking on their ...