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by Weird Womb

“Weird Womb is a live band. They perform before audiences large and small. Their recordings mirror a slavish devotion to torch the decay of rock. They don’t suck.” – - Peter Nolan Smith
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tanned Tits
1:47 album only
2. Luxury Punks
2:18 album only
3. Macy
2:43 album only
4. Hitler Painted Roses
2:50 album only
5. Sabith
3:13 album only
6. Weird Womb
2:48 album only
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Album Notes
Weird Womb is: Dakota Pollock (Guitar Vox), Johnny Sazcko (Guitar), Eric Parisi (Drums), Eric Reeves (Base).
Laziness was recorded by Alex Bonenfant who has also worked with the likes of Metz and Crystal Castles.
The album was released on Midriff Records 9-23-14

"This Brooklyn crew straddles various local indie, garage and art-core camps, which is impressive considering their level of inebriation and frequent regional gigging."- E.D. CMJ (Top 20 most anticipated albums of 2014)

"Not unlike Pampers or Foster Care, Brooklyn four-piece Weird Womb make noisy punk that is both beer-fueled and kinda brainy, with pop knowhow in there amongst the empties. " - Bill Pearis (Brooklyn Vegan)

"I wasn’t sure what to expect walking over to Milano’s Bar on Houston and Lafayette to meet two of the band members from the new punk rock set, Weird Womb. Their music rings of the careless trash bashing rock of the early 80′s. The pearl of punk, when it was forming in New York City’s downtown shell. It’s noise from boredom, but it isn’t put on like many of the other rock acts today. It doesn’t sound lethargic, but frenetic." - NY Press

Bio by Weird Womb:
“A couple of years ago four teenagers left Tucson for good.

The childhood friends liked punk, metal, and trouble, but the myth of the West was tough on the young dedicated to raw power music. None of them wanted to end up like Fred, a demented guru of anti-social behavior. Arizona had a funny way of making happy endings a very bad movie.

One by one they drifted north to New York.

There was no overnight success.

Dakota Pollock, Johnny Saczho, and Eric Reeves brought their guitars. Eric Parisi bought drums. Together the exiles from the demented desert of suburbs forged their music in the crucible of infamy through a devotion to the MC5, Love, and countless blasts of the past, present, and future from phantom radio stations south of the border.

Dakota came up with a name.

Weird Womb.

They were nobodies. They played shows to no one. Humilation and embarrassment tested Weird Womb’s endurance.

Tucson was calling. They weren’t answering the phone.

The friends ignored any temptation to follow the pack and dug their rut deeper to strike the vein of a high-strung groove.

Endless hours of rehearsal rewarded Weird Womb with a tight onstage persona of a band seeking the enlightenment of oblivion, as the four friends reincarnated the sonic soul of rebellion within a solid wall of guitars, bass, and drums topped by their frontman Dakota Pollock singing TANNED TITS, UNDER MY SCUM and PALE PISS.

“Weird Womb is a live band. They perform before audiences large and small. Their recordings mirror a slavish devotion to torch the decay of rock. They don’t suck.” – Peter Nolan Smith



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