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1996-03-05 14:17:33
By Martell

Noisecore Hot Coffin

I'm in a weird spot on this one... I don't know what to say. Hot Coffin really defies most genres so I can't talk about that. The music is loud and noisy, which in this case is a good thing, but not really the most flattering thing for a reviewer to say. The overall aesthetics of the album are borderline offensive, yet it works. These Milwaukee "noise pirates" sucked me in from the first note and I knew it was beyond me to judge them. Let's make them "band of the week" and you guys can decide. WTF is a noise pirate?- Martell


Triple Eye Industries is pleased to announce that they will release the Self-titled album of Milwaukee Noise/Sludge/Punk/Rock band HOT COFFIN. The album, which is due to be released on April 1st 2016, consists of 8 heavy but hooky tracks. The album will be released as a limited edition "butter cream" colored 12" vinyl and include a digital download card. You can pre-order the album at this location: (here)

Triple Eye Industries had the following to say about the album: "Triple Eye Industries is proud to announce the partnership with long-time comrades, Hot Coffin, as we release their second full-length album featuring new vocalist Chris Chuzles. Back with a heavier, darker sound - the hook-laden, anthemic songwriting tendencies and tight execution which Hot Coffin is known for still surface on this, their most ambitious release to date."

Hot Coffin Picture 2016


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