All of you long-haired wastoids presently staring at the fridge, beer bong ready, weed order placed, Cheetos-in-bowl, etc... impatiently waiting for the new Municipal Waste record to drop, you might want to wrap your headbang around the new demo from Iron Reagan. Featuring Waste singer/party enabler Tony Foresta and bassist Phil "LandPhil" Hall, the line-up is rounded out by Paul Burnette and Ryan Parrish, both formerly of Darkest Hour. As you'd expect/hope, their four-track demo eschews overly-complicated arrangements in favor of hardcore/crossover, let's-go-thrash-it-up jams in the vein of D.R.I. and so forth. If it wasn't permanent winter at the Deciblog we'd have drained the pool and got to work on re-working some old skating injuries, but as it is we'll settle for deskbanging instead. Less beer-orientated than Municipal Waste, raging instead on current affairs (well, Reagan's long gone but, y'know, society issues, etc.), Iron Reagan sees LandPhil handling guitar with Burnette on bass. For a dude who values his daily brain bake on the weed, young LandPhil sure is keeping himself busy, shooting a new video for Cannabis Corpse too.
Cannabis Corpse "Where the Kind Lives" http://youtu.be/fLBZ9Pb2yTU
Anyways, presenting Iron Reagan.
If you're in Richmond, VA this weekend, Iron Reagan will be playing their first show at an all-day matinee at Strange Matter on Grace St, supporting Weekend Nachos, Full of Hell, Street Pizza and Abyss. All the details can be found here. $7 will see you through the door.
Weekend Nachos http://youtu.be/2-T4i68Q00c
Full of Hell http://youtu.be/xWZoEFr0xPw
Street Pizza http://youtu.be/Cg7Zaz4Gfvo