Puncher debut EP out now
2014-01-02 by andyplank | 5 Comments
WI hardcore punk band, Puncher, self-released its debut EP, “Send Em To The Cemetery”.

The six songs clock in at 17 minutes, and cover undying hatred for racists, wasted college sluts, mall punks, boring live bands, Barbara Walters and brainless TV personalities, and old gun-obsessed traditionalist American men.

Stream for free or download for three bucks --

puncher.bandcamp.com
Tagged: Puncher

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BigSneakySnatch
January 2nd 2014
343 Comments


sounds terrible

Pheromone
January 2nd 2014
3860 Comments


that's about what I expected

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decoyoctopus
January 2nd 2014
108 Comments


This sounded wonderful, idk what you guys are talking about. The instrumentation was phenomenal.

LoganP
January 3rd 2014
85 Comments


what a stupid, unoriginal band name.


SoakedInTorment
January 3rd 2014
16 Comments


The production is so awful couldn't make it past 30 seconds



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