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A hopelessly named good band from NYC: Vomitface

A hopelessly named good band from NYC: Vomitface

Notwithstanding a name that - alone - will confine them to the deepest layers of the underground for the rest of their days, NJ/Brooklyn punks Vomitface aren't actually that revolting. The power trio celebrated the release of their debut 4 song EP at Cake Shop on March 28, and we are diggin' it. Single "Bill Me Later" is an enjoyable punk-pop tune that manages to blend (or rather skillfully juxtapose) diametrically opposite genres like math rock (see verse in 6/4) and slacker rock (see the melodic verse reminiscent of early Pavement) with a grunge chorus in there to wrap up the 90s references. The other track available for streaming, "P.S. I Hate You" follows a more traditional modern-punk-rock script, with incessant power chords and growingly angry vocals feeding a crescendo of tension that lasts a whopping one minute and 15 seconds. These guys should be fun live and you have many opportunities to check them out locally in the near future. Next shows are at Lamp Post in Jersey City on 04.24 and Shea Stadium the day after.

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best guitar rock/punk rock songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

Published: April 09, 2014 |

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