There's a certain type of punk rock song which makes you pray for the breakdown. The mosh pit erupts as soon as it starts, but after a full minute of relentless, pummeling fury, you need to catch your breath. "Help me / End Me" from No Limbs is this type of track.
The song, one of 7 from the band's upcoming EP, is a breakneck crash course in hardcore, with 50 seconds of blistering punk before finally allowing you to slow down for the chugging breakdown. "Help Me / End Me" has all the sonic elements of old school standards, but No Limbs have turned up the tempo. Listen to the cut above.
No Limbs' self-titled 7" will be out September 23rd on Secret Voice. Pre-order it through their official store. Secret Voice sums up the record thusly:
Coming from so many sub-genres of punk music can either conflict sonically, politically, aesthetically – or be a catalyst to create something simple, loud, fast, and angry. The latter is the case with No Limbs from Oakland, California. With most songs clocking in around the 1:30 mark, there isn’t a whole lot of time for filler or bullshit.
For more from No Limbs, check out their Bandcamp.
Source: Secret Voice YouTube Channel