Razorcake review of Drain-o re-issue

The newest issue of Razorcake magazine (#59) has a review of the re-issue of Sivle Si Dog’s Drain-o 10 ” EP:

A reissue of this North Carolina band’s 1994 debut. This is what it’s all about. Small town outcasts hell-bent on flipping out the squares. But this music isn’t punk so much as grunge. Not that Pearl Jam shit. This would scare the Capri pants off sorority girls. It’s snide, murky hard rock, like Mudhoney, Tad, and Fitz Of Depression. While not essential, especially if you don’t already own “Superfuzz Bigmuff,” this is an interesting document of what was going on in the punk scene in those odd couple of years between Nirvana and Green Day. Bonus points for the anti-Bush song being about the first President Bush. Four studio tracks, two decent-sounding live ones. –CT Terry

Not too shabby. Check out the 10″ on the ‘Releases’ page for yourself!

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