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Eat Dirt ISelf Released
By AJ Phink
Eat Dirt formed less than twelve months ago in the wake of the constantly spiralling storm of political idiocy and rising tensions in the UK, and as a result Eat Dirt are understandably angry. The members of Eat Dirt are have all reportedly served time in well established UK acts in the past, although they are remaining tight lipped as to who those were with even the members names being kept under wraps, seemingly preferring instead to have the focus on Eat Dirt rather than their past endeavours, and who could fault them for that.
Eat Dirt have channelled their frustrations with real life into the bands debut EP, Eat Dirt – I, this is a raging and visceral blast of aggressive punk rock that is fuelled by political and social injustice, and for me this is exactly how things should be with a band of this nature. The brief opening track, that shares the band’s moniker, is a razor sharp blast of intense hardcore that’s followed by the raw and pissed off Pigs, there’s a return old school rousing hardcore with 48 before the EP’s finest moment, Dead, brings things to a satisfying close. This is an EP of intense hardcore punk rock that should be in your collection, when you consider that their debut EP is free to download you have no reason not to introduce yourself to Eat Dirt.
Their anger is unrelenting throughout the EP it’s clear that this is a band that has a lot to say, musically Eat Dirt draw their influences from the likes of The Bronx, Every Time I Die, Gallows and Comeback Kid, but with their own character added that results in a fast and unrelenting punk rock soundtrack of their own. Eat Dirt have stated that they have no interest in “making it” in the music industry, they don’t care for industry politics and refuse to pander to or compromise for anyone, they simply want to play punk rock, have fun and release that pent up aggression that the state of politics in the UK is generating.
Eat Dirt – I can be downloaded for free here
Forming in late 2016, following the spiralling storm of political idiocy and rising tensions in the UK, Eat Dirt are angry. The members of Eat Dirt, previously of well established UK acts, put their frustrations with real life together and have created the bands debut EP, Eat Dirt – I, a raging and visceral blast of aggressive punk rock. Their anger is unrelenting and they have lots to say, musically Eat Dirt draw influence from The Bronx, Every Time I Die, Gallows and Comeback Kid, building a fast, unrelenting punk rock sound of their own. They have no interest in “making it”, they don’t care for industry politics and won’t pander to anyone, they simply want to play punk rock, have fun and release that pent up aggression.