Baby Monoxide, where have
you been all my life?
If you think Hole's Pretty On The Inside could have been harder, then
you have found the missing kindercore action in singer/guitarist Erika
of Baby Monoxide. Their EP is just about unbearable to listen to, as it
makes babies cry and makes old people nervous, but you can't stop playing
Sludgy female-fronted punk rock. I detect a slight
Hole influence in there, but it's more akin to early the pre-Kurt days,
thankfully, 'cause I loathe anything by Hole after their first album.
The songs are a little on the long side, but it ain't too shabby as a
whole. -Jimmy Alvarado
Sludgy, heavy and all-around ugly Punk in the vein of Riot Grrrl pioneers
L7. Music that makes your limbs feel like they're made of lead.
Pissed off females belt out some satisfying Hard Rock with a hardcore
edge. Noisy, yet catchy.