Monday, February 6, 2012

Hunters' Hands Are On Fire

I don't know a lot about the Hunters.  What I do know is that this is one group that clearly knows how to rock.  Their EP Hands On Fire is a raw punky three chord floor burner that's aggressive and refuses to take any bull.  Hovering somewhere around the punk rock/post-grunge genres Hunters stalk their prey over the course of their five song EP eventually unleashing it all upon their victim.  Their death is quick and painless.
Hands On Fire sounds like it was done on four track and has very little in the way of production value but it still manages to kick like twenty pack mules.  This is powerful stuff that's lead by a female vocalist (whose name I don’t know) who would make Chrissy Hynde or Karen O. blush.   Throw in fuzzed out guitars, bashed drums and an impending sense of doom and you have Hunters wrapped up in a nutshell.  Entertaining stuff to say the least Hands On Fire is indeed hot as hell and shows no mercy throughout it's duration.  Hands On Fire is great stuff that hopefully leads this band from garage to studio and from studio to one heck of record.   

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