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Introducing… Bring The Knife

Bring The Knife is a face-ripping metal band from Boston. They just released their self-titled first EP on Thrashachusetts Records.

The band grew from the ashes of Boston’s Destruct-A-Thon, a nine-year project that closed shop in 2009 after killing everyone at that years WBCN Rock N’ Roll Rumble.

Duncan Wilder Johnson — a longtime singer and solo performer/monologuist who shared the stage with such luminaries as Jim Carroll, Jello Biafra, and Marky Ramone — fronts Bring The Knife like a possessed and highly energetic hybrid of Johnny Rotten and Spiderman.

Pattie The Gimp and Zay Dohse play guitar and bass, respectively.
Eric Peoples, formerly of Haloburn plays drums. Original drummer Eman Pacheco co-wrote and performed drum duties on the debut 7″ EP.

The Knife recorded their 6 song EP at New Alliance in Cambridge, Massachusetts with veteran knob twiddler Ethan Dussault (Cave In, Garrison, Lock and Key) at the helm.

If you’re looking for sick riffs and songs about Viking battles and werewolves –as well as un-metal topics like meditation, positive thinking, and spirituality– then you’re in the right place.

Bring The Knife plays live all over the place all the time. This record is a flyer for their live show. You should go see them when they come to your town.

-written with the tremendous help of Mr. Michael T. Fournier, Punk Rock Professor

Holy shit am I impressed. The music of Bring The Knife is fast and very aggressive. It’s thrash for the most part but also is a bit sludgy at times. The sound is great. They have a 7″ available for next to nothing in cost or you can download the whole thing for a measly $1. What are you waiting for?


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