Demeanor – Shoulders Full of Nazis

Demeanor – Shoulders Full of Nazis / 2008 Mayday Mayday Records / 5 Tracks / http://www.myspace.com/demeanorgrind

Franklin Kentucky’s Demeanor brings a lot to the table. The two piece toured the country for nearly a year under the moniker Meandmyfriendcoty before changing their name to Demeanor and releasing “Shoulders Full of Nazis” on Mayday Mayday Records. My only complaint with “Shoulders full of Nazis” is that there isn’t more for me to listen to. Other than that it is brilliant; an absolute slap in the face of main stream music. From “Thrown Tusks” doom laden guitar intro to the unrelenting sonic assault that the other four songs on the record deliver “Shoulders Full of Nazis” is a solid first release. The record is loud, angry, it doesn’t sound like everyone else, and most importantly it’s passionate. Look for Demeanor to be a volatile force to be reckoned with in the Grindcore/Power Violence community in the near future.

Favorite Track: Blister Dick
Rating: 9/10

[John]

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1 thought on “Demeanor – Shoulders Full of Nazis”

  1. Lovin shoulders full of nazi’s
    myself being a big Demeanor fan they are from my home town and thats about the only good reason for being raised in Franklin, KY

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