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Two Fisted Law / Press

“REVIEW OF LATE NIGHTS AND BAR FIGHTS From the start, the hooks and melodies are what draws me in. Jym Parrella sings with a melodic scowl that reminds me of Reach the Sky mixed with a little bit of Danzing era Misfits. The music has an uplifting feel to it, reminding me somewhat of the Bouncing Souls. The songs are fun to listen to, great fist pumping beer raising songs that were written to be sung along to. Everything is tight and well put together. Plus, they cover “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash.”

“Raging from the club scene of the CT underground, Two Fisted Law bring fierce guitar chops and aggressive gang vocals back to punk rock with a vengeance on their Altercation Records' debut album "Late Nights and 'Bar Fights'.”

“Two Fisted Law delivers well-written songs about everyday life with a bit of political commentary and a solid backdrop of hard rockin' punk. combining powerful and recognizable vocals that help give them a unique-yet-classic sound, Two Fisted Law have all the right ingredients to rise above their contemporaries, and are standing at the threshold of something big. Well one!”

“TWO FISTED LAW named OfficialFNRadio November 2009 Artist of the Month [- Hide] OfficialFNRadio.com The band brings the high intensity and passion for the game. Doing it not for the money, exposure, or some fancy record contract. Instead they do it because they love to create music. The immediate plus of what goes on behind the music coupled with the music itself causes a smile to come across your face when they hit the stage. The brand new album United We Sit can get magically stuck in your CD player only to find yourself singing along and air drumming along to such classic songs and fan favorites as Drunken Pedestrians, Ice Fight, and the Ballad of Forgotten Souls. The Fans have spoken and the answer is clear. Two Fists in the air go triumphantly up for OFNR's November Artist of the Month. - Bob on The Knob”

“Two Fisted Law's sound is rooted in classic punk bands like Bad Religion, The Misfits and Black Flag, but also draws from more modern influences. Trocolla, 32, said a lot of their fans are fans of the punk genre, but they also draw from a diverse range of music lovers because their music falls somewhere between pop and hard-core punk. "It's got a more diverse appeal than if it was hard-core punk or poppy punk," Trocolla said. Last autumn the band came out with its first full- length CD, "United We Sit." The album was released by Sling Slang Records, an independent record label based out of the Hartford area.”

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