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Albums Of The Week: Stepmother | Planet Brutalicon

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Spearheaded by legendary underground guitarist Graham Clise (Witch, Annihilation Time, Lecherous Gaze, Rot TV), Oz outliers Stepmother have just released their debut album Planet Brutalicon.

Channelling raw rock ’n’ roll energy into anthems that resonate with the poor, depraved and miscreant sickos of society, the trio concoct an aural speedball of motor city proto-punk cut with power lines of fedback-fuzz and electric psychedelia.

Influenced by the likes of Blue Cheer, The Pink Fairies, Nervous Eaters and The Damned, the band weave together a spellbinding tapestry of hardened punk rage and nefarious nihilism, no better exemplified than on their storming debut single Do you Believe.

“Just think of it as a fairy-tale hells-cape of children being dragged into the woods and eaten alive by goblins and trolls,” explains Clise. “It sounds like a proto-punk fuzzed-out Crazy Horse… don’t forget to check under the bed.”

Recorded at Rat Shack by Robert Muinos (Saskwatch) and mastered by John Davis (The Damned) at Metropolis Mastering, there’s no doubt that Stepmother are set to carve a mark in the annals of rock history with Planet Brutalicon. The question is will you be joining them for the ride?”