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“Indeed this album is a bloody good time with dead bodies. All the essentials for punk are there yet there is something more, perhaps a passion that is not seen as often by most bands these days. If you are in the L.A. area and hear of Beneath the Cellar go spend some time at one of their shows. You wont be disappointed.”
“Next up was Beneath the Cellar. This band was awesome it included members of Bad Form. They had an impressive guitar player with awesome guitar licks. I kept getting distracted by his bulge with his tight leopard spandex.”
“It’s hard to even really think of a band to compare these guys to, which is so awesome. I mean for a band that is able to keep it’s music so simple and yet so epic while not sounding like every other band is incredibly rare nowadays and something that is beyond awesome and deserves praise. This album hits you square in the face with, “True Hell” and does not release it’s fangs until the album is finished with the slow and awesome Doo-Wop ballad, “Taste for the Blade” which even then still has that energy from the rest of the album and doesn’t kill the momentum in any way. With my favorites being, “True Hell”, “They Remain Unseen”, “With the Dead We Walk”, “Taste for the Blade”, “Nightmare Killing Spree”, and “Beneath the Cellar”. This is one of those classic albums you rarely find nowadays where you can listen to every song and never get bored for a second.”