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At Ease With Your Haste

by Ikillcars

Mid-tempo noise punk spanning late-70s punk ala The Stooges, 80's post-post-punk's Minutemen and all the good stuff there after. Sonically explosive guitar woven loosely around a tight rhythm section with both poignant and grubby lyrics.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Garage Punk
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iKiLLCaRS is an Austin garage-punk three-piece with two releases under their belt as well as a slew of live shows including national and regional tours. Their most recent release, the 5-song EP "At Ease With Your Haste" (release date: Late 2007/ Early 2008), was recorded with Chris “Frenchie” Smith at The Bubble Studio in Austin, TX and is awaiting final mastering by Jeff Lipton (Battles, Lightning Bolt) of Peerless Mastering in Boston, MA. The session captured iKiLLCaRS’ revolutionary ideals -- in both a sonic and stylistic sense. Drawing from Smith’s production experience with bands like the Meat Puppets and Built to Spill, iKiLLCaRS pushed the limits of all involved to capture an original and energetic collection of songs. “At Ease With Your Haste” is also the first recording of the band’s to exhibit the explosive writing dynamic between full-time car-killers Lanyo Bourgeois (bass, vocals) and Johnny Law (guitar, vocals), while enlisting the help of Mike Fonseca (Those Peabodys) on drums.

iKiLLCaRS’ punk rock foundation holds steady in all their recordings, giving just a taste of what their wily live show entails. They have rocked the Midwest with Bob Log III and Maserati; they have rocked Texas with Die! Die! Die! and Year Long Disaster. So now you know where the revolution is taking place, and iKiLLCaRS is the soundtrack. Hold on tight, as they will rock the masses and watch the heads roll!


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Mike

May Have a Funny Spelling But iKiLLCaRS Does Not Kill Music!
I know that Austin has been the land of locale for a city that has been dubbed \"the music capital of the world\" to which I generally disagree, but iKiLLCaRS is the exception and not the norm, in my opinion, for music that is coming out of Austin, meaning they do not suck,. Unfortunately through a Google search the band seems quite under hyped for being signed by a label than the overhyped crap that has been coming out of Austin, which is a good thing in my opinion. Bands with too much hype too early seem to screw up the music that they were actually good at and truly want to play. Not over produced at all, the music is rough edgy and smart. Becky was an ok effort but At Ease shows the band’s actual potential. The drums are infinitely better, the singing, the playing, music compositions, everything is better, and the band over all seems to have a lot more confidence. Definitely youtube these guys, they can rock out. I guess the non conforming spelling of the bands name is appropriate for iKiLLCaRS, THANKS for not conforming to the usual Austin sellout crap!