Album review: Trash Talk–Eyes & Nines

Posted on 14 May 2010
By Anna Moss
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You don’t get much more full throttle than this. The new Trash Talk album, ‘Eyes & Nines’ definitely puts a big fat check in the hardcore genre box.

Sacramento thrashers Trash Talk, release their long-awaited new album ‘Eyes & Nines’ on 17th May through Hassle Records.

Trash Talk have continually taken things into their own hands; living hand-to-mouth, slaying stages every night and doing things the DIY way.

This new long-player is clearly representative of the struggles, and similarly, the successes the band have found along their way.

With something that’s been noted to be truly raw, the album spreads across 10 tracks that provide utter devastingly agressive, fist clenchingly abusive punk.

With The Bronx’s Joby J. Ford producing we see the real band burst through our speakers and it most definetely shows.

The album has scooped up some awesome guest appearances from Bad Religion and Circle Jerks guitarist, Greg Hetson and (also from The Bronx), Matt Caughthran. This giving it such a brutal edge and a perfect addition to their collection.

A must for every Trash Talk and any true hardcore punk fan.

Having just completed a hugely successful UK & European tour with Rolo Tomassi, the band is set to return in August for a bunch of festivals. Catch them if you can.