Primevils

Reviews

Primevils Chicken Factory LP

After releasing one of the neatest garage singles of last year, “Saw My Name Written on a Tombstone” (included here), the PRIMEVILS went to record this album which showcases both sides of their musical styles. You get some fantastic, catchy instant-garage-classic songs as well as some slower, dirge-y drone songs. Great record.

Primevils I Saw My Name (Written on a Tombstone) / Hammer Yourself Senseless 7″

The A–side is semi-rockin’ Pop, but the flip shows a lot more character. It’s a medium-paced pounder about shooting up, sort of a noisy, relentless tune that gets the point across.

Primevils I Saw My Name (Written on a Tombstone) / Hammer Yourself Senseless 7″

Easily one of the coolest garage trashers from Australia for a while. Rough-edge vocals with a great hook and anthemic lyrics — a future classic. Just a true slide of sludge with a heart of gold.