Incendiary tune is the A-side of the band’s crucial new single.
By Blurt Staff
In a recent roundup of new and notable single releases, the leadoff review is of Arizona punk vets the Feederz’ incendiary new 45 “WWHD (What Would Hitler Do?), a limited edition/orange vinyl 7”. On the Cris Kirkwood-produced record, bandmembers Frank Discussion, DH Peligro, and Clear Bob serve up a twinpack of pure outrage and sonic scree, a veritable call to arms of the citizenry. The sleeve art alone (below) is worth its weight in cultural gold.
As Frank Discussion explains, “The record is the only reasonable response to a world gone completely off its fucking rails: sabotage, subversion and the other fine arts.” Indeed – when the new administration took power in January, pundits were divided as to whether this so-called bold new era of American greatness would galvanize the artistic community or not. Well, history tells us that during the Reagan years, punk rock was utterly energized, and it sounds like history is on the verge of repeating itself – with the Feederz’ record an early warning shot across the cultural bow.
Check out the track “Stealing” for ample evidence:
Notes Mr. Discussion, “’Stealing’ explores the joys to be found in rioting and looting because in a society that abolishes all adventure, the only adventure becomes abolishing that society.”
Amen. ‘Nuf said. Find the Feederz online for more info, touring details, and ordering the record: