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Kathleen Turner Overdrive

They’re the fuckin cock of the walk, baby.



Right from the dirty streets of Toronto come Kathleen Turner Overdrive, who after forming in the summer of 2007 have enough swagger in such a short amount of time to make one sick.



KTO deliver the TKO (ha!) in delivering balls-to-the-wall hardcore that is in the same family of stripper/booze-core that is Fight Paris! And Every Time I Die. This 7 song E.P is just full of piss and vinegar and is actually quite amusing since the songs all have a bit of sarcastic humor to them; “ante up we ...read more

They’re the fuckin cock of the walk, baby.



Right from the dirty streets of Toronto come Kathleen Turner Overdrive, who after forming in the summer of 2007 have enough swagger in such a short amount of time to make one sick.



KTO deliver the TKO (ha!) in delivering balls-to-the-wall hardcore that is in the same family of stripper/booze-core that is Fight Paris! And Every Time I Die. This 7 song E.P is just full of piss and vinegar and is actually quite amusing since the songs all have a bit of sarcastic humor to them; “ante up we fuck hard, we fuck fast. Doll you ain’t my first and sure as well, you ain’t my last”.

If you are looking for an extremely fun hardcore band, look no further. KTO take a step in the right direction and remove themselves from any emo-influence or fashion-core type of bands passing themselves off as hard – they make no excuses and just want to deliver the best live show and entertaining record there is – this is about the music and enjoying yourself, not some lame reasons of inspiration or poetic lyrics. This is about slamming whisky and trying to get laid, not about ex-girlfriends and “feelings. « hide


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