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Grab your DeLorean and travel back in time to the early 90's of the grunge/alternative strike and pair it with the punk movement of the late 90's and you have conjured up a potion called Allcoy.
While these guys might help regurgitate all the garbage you've digested over the past decade, you better be prepared to swallow a heavier, more pleasing taste of a musical meal that they call "Allcore".
Allcoy have seem to put together a full length album that is undeniable regardless of what style of music you listen to. "Loud Music For Quiet People" which drops March 22nd worldwide digitally, holds at least one song that will promisingly please everyones ears and hearts. Nick Diener of The Swellers says, "Just so glad that there's a new band from Michigan that doesn't have super shitty haircuts or play wussy pop mosh music. Thanks for actually writing with angst and not triggering your drums like a dickhead and using excessive vocal tuning. Relieved. The Swellers will be playing many a show with these boys."
It's real. It's raw. It's raunchy. It's Allcoy.