REPRESS ON BLUE VINYL. Big Cheese have established themselves firmly in the UK hardcore scene. They have developed a signature approach to hardcore that skillfully ties together complex rhythms and melodies into catchy and memorable songs with a powerful intensity, inspired by late 80s inspired NYHC ala Rest in Pieces and NWOBHM. Not only that, but after touring Europe twice, and the USA, as well as doing a UK stint with Turnstile, Big Cheese have shown themselves to be one of the most devastating hardcore live bands on the planet right now. A well-oiled machine, Big Cheese present to you their trailblazing debut full-length, 'Punishment Park', which nods to sounds from their previous single releases, but pushes the boat out even further, incorporating thrashier riffs and hard rock licks akin to Motörhead. You can feel the power as soon as opener Pennine Scrubs hits, taking you on a journey through unpredictable riff after atomic bomb inducing breakdown. There is no room to breathe here. 'Punishment Park' is an homage to the 1971 film of the same name, which is referenced in the title track and 'Tired Children in D Minor', a haunting piano piece. The LP also touches on sociopolitical themes and a gallery of characters conjured up from the depths of vocalist Razor's nightmares.
REPRESS ON BLUE VINYL. Big Cheese have established themselves firmly in the UK hardcore scene. They have developed a signature approach to hardcore that skillfully ties together complex rhythms and melodies into catchy and memorable songs with a powerful intensity, inspired by late 80s inspired NYHC ala Rest in Pieces and NWOBHM. Not only that, but after touring Europe twice, and the USA, as well as doing a UK stint with Turnstile, Big Cheese have shown themselves to be one of the most devastating hardcore live bands on the planet right now. A well-oiled machine, Big Cheese present to you their trailblazing debut full-length, 'Punishment Park', which nods to sounds from their previous single releases, but pushes the boat out even further, incorporating thrashier riffs and hard rock licks akin to Motörhead. You can feel the power as soon as opener Pennine Scrubs hits, taking you on a journey through unpredictable riff after atomic bomb inducing breakdown. There is no room to breathe here. 'Punishment Park' is an homage to the 1971 film of the same name, which is referenced in the title track and 'Tired Children in D Minor', a haunting piano piece. The LP also touches on sociopolitical themes and a gallery of characters conjured up from the depths of vocalist Razor's nightmares.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 07/16/2021
UPC: 5055869591522

Punishment Park (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] (Uk)
Artist: Big Cheese
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Pennine Scrubs
2. Mad at the World
3. IFMB
4. Heartbreak Ball
5. Tired Children in D Minor
6. Punishment Park
7. Write Off
8. Tower to the Sun
9. Identity

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REPRESS ON BLUE VINYL. Big Cheese have established themselves firmly in the UK hardcore scene. They have developed a signature approach to hardcore that skillfully ties together complex rhythms and melodies into catchy and memorable songs with a powerful intensity, inspired by late 80s inspired NYHC ala Rest in Pieces and NWOBHM. Not only that, but after touring Europe twice, and the USA, as well as doing a UK stint with Turnstile, Big Cheese have shown themselves to be one of the most devastating hardcore live bands on the planet right now. A well-oiled machine, Big Cheese present to you their trailblazing debut full-length, 'Punishment Park', which nods to sounds from their previous single releases, but pushes the boat out even further, incorporating thrashier riffs and hard rock licks akin to Motörhead. You can feel the power as soon as opener Pennine Scrubs hits, taking you on a journey through unpredictable riff after atomic bomb inducing breakdown. There is no room to breathe here. 'Punishment Park' is an homage to the 1971 film of the same name, which is referenced in the title track and 'Tired Children in D Minor', a haunting piano piece. The LP also touches on sociopolitical themes and a gallery of characters conjured up from the depths of vocalist Razor's nightmares.