We'll Go Machete
Strong Drunk Hands
Fire Note Says: We'll Go Machete returns with a powerful full length debut Strong Drunk Hands.
We last heard from Austin, Texas band We'll Go Machete back in 2009 on their self-titled EP. The group returns here with a full length debut of in your face post-hardcore fun titled Strong Drunk Hands. The record explodes right from the opening track "Miser" with strong guitars, bass, and a drum attack that never really lets up until the final song plays. This is a genre that has moved more underground over the years but We'll Go Machete resurrects this 90's style and gives you a blistering 32 minutes of loud and speaker rattling riffs that hold their presence while vocalist Paul Warner leads the charge. Strong Drunk Hands is a solid record and represents the post-hardcore scene with honors. We'll Go Machete may never reach the heights of some of their influences but with their commitment and pure energy, there is no reason that one by one they can't reintroduce a younger generation as they fill a void in a much needed area of rock.
Key Tracks: "Number 13", "Miser", "Good Morning Munro"
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We'll Go Machete: We'll Go Machete [EP] [Fire Note Review 6/17/09]
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-Reviewed by Christopher Anthony