After releasing the short but sweet ‘Sex W/ Strangers’ EP in 2010, Exit_International
are back with a full-length in 2011. The trio of Fudge Wilson (bass / vocals), Adam Thomas (drums / percussion) and Scott Lee Andrews (vocals / bass) bring the dubious sounding ‘Black Junk
’ in as their psychotic, chaotic and extremely noisy debut. Recorded alongside ex-60FT Dolls drummer Carl Bevan, the whole hot mess was recorded in just 72 hours and the 13-track album definitely shows the best of the band. We decided in the spirit of the band to give you a quick track-by-track review of the release. So here it is: Exit_International. Black Junk. Track by track. Written hard and fast. Just like the music.
A single cymbal beat and then punching with all the bass you could possibly expect from the duelling bass powerhouse. The drums beat slowly and then the band powers into a full on onslaught, perfectly opening the album. You have to keep reminding yourself they’re only using bass and drums. …