Friday 21 February 2014

Cherubs - Heroin Man

'Heroin Man'

Review by Brayden Bagnall

Genre/s: Noise Rock
For Fans Of: Cows, Unsane, Laughing Hyenas, Hammerhead


Yup, another sludgy 90s noise rock band, courtesy of the greatest label of all time. Cherubs were three scuzzy misfits from Austin, Texas who were responsible for some pretty neat music in the early 90s. The trio's music is best described as bass heavy, and very muddy with David Yow-esque, muffled vocals thrown into the mix (though there's also some higher, nasally tones as well, check 'Dave Of The Moon'). Primarily riff driven, there's plenty of chug courtesy of the fuzzed out guitar as well as some more dirgier, slower moments. Cherubs are just the right amount of nihilistic, catchy and weird, and remain surprisingly coherent given how abrasive their music is. You should definitely give this a listen, and then go erect a shrine to 'Amphetamine Reptile' records and pray to it daily.

1. Stag Party
2. Animator
3. Blackhouse
4. Baby Huey
5. Dave Of The Moon
6. Coonass
7. Mr. Goy
8. Cockpit - Kiss The Shine
9. Venus Flytrap
10. The Big Groovy
11. Wornout Balls
12. Playdough
13. Example Maiden Japan / Devil's Food



  1. hot dancing videos
    Bvido, One of the best video portal for watching dance, funny videos, hot dancing videos, hot desi girl dance, desi girl hot dance, hot dance mujra, punjabi dance party and lot of more. Watch Now.

  2. I agree with these fine men. thanks!