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METZ

METZ

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1.1
Headache
METZ
2:19
1.2
Get Off
METZ
2:23
1.3
Sad Pricks
METZ
2:52
1.4
Rats
METZ
3:05
1.5
Knife in the Water
METZ
2:13
1.6
Nausea
METZ
1:06
1.7
Wet Blanket
METZ
3:54
1.8
Wasted
METZ
4:08
1.9
The Mule
METZ
2:25
1.10
Negative Space
METZ
5:28
Total Playing Time    29:53
Canada’s METZ are a return to everything that’s good about loud, ecstatic live music; a frantic nod to Nation of Ulysses, Shellac, The Pixies, The Jesus Lizard, and Public Image Ltd. at their most vicious, while carving out some heavy new business. METZ have been around for over three years, sharing stages with Mission of Burma, Mudhoney, Oneida, and NoMeansNo. METZ, the band’s self-titled and formidable debut full-length was produced by the band and recorded by Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck) and Alexandre Bonenfant. Both live and here on this record, METZ articulate with deafening clarity what we’ve known for some time: The world of good music needs a new power trio, and this is it.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

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