Girl Tears: Tension (Sinderlyn, 2014)

October 4, 2014 at 10:31 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Girl Tears: Tension

Girl Tears: Tension

I wanted to hate this because of the band name, but it’s actually kind of refreshing, if only because every song here is a minute or less. The entire album is 9 minutes long, and most of the songs stop abruptly like they’re being cut off mid-thought. Fast, noisy, almost goth-y garage punk (deep spooky voice w/ reverb). “Never Again” and “Tension” are the most hardcore-fast songs. “Lobotomy” has a drumstick-click intro and some tom fills towards the end, so that’s the closest you get to a drum solo (or any kind of solo) on this album. The whole album is over before you can even think, so you might as well just play the whole thing several times in a row.

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