MP3 The Demonics - Ritual on the Beach
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: If Annette Funicello and Glen Danzig of the Misfits had a baby.
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The Demonics combines surf pop of the 60's with 70's punk rock and glam to create an original blend of kick-ass evil rock and roll. This band has a 10 year history in the SF Bay Area and a devout following in Europe.
Here's a review:
(REVIEW BY RUTLEDGE)
The Demonics have always been hit-or-miss with me. But on their third album, "Ritual on the Beach", Russ Wright and company have finally struck gold!
The Demonics have picked the songwriting up a notch and added timeless surf-pop splendor to their sonic repertoire---and they can now rightfully be called a great rock n' roll band. No doubt about it. "Ritual on the Beach" is chock full of tunes that allow the band to do what it does best: blast out supercharged motherfucker rock noise with a shamelessly POP attention to melodies, hooks, and harmonies. And those dark, delightfully morbid, tongue-in-cheek lyrics are still a riot!
But it's THE SONGS that are front-and-center here. The amazing title track contrasts a sunny, pristine bubblegum Beach-pop vibe with demented, sicko lyrics right out of a B-movie horror show. Imagine Jan & Dean possessed by Satan. "Bikini Bitch" and "Evil Angel" rock like fuck yet ooze sweet, sticky, harmony-happy melodicism. "Mother Superior" is a vintage Demonics hot-rod-punk sing-along. "Mavericks" is a killer surf-punk instrumental straight out of the Agent Orange-via-Dick Dale playbook. The divine "What Happened to the Sun" is pure melancholic 60's pop a la "Needles and Pins".
But don't think for a second that these mofos have wussed out! "Ritual on the Beach" may be the Demonics' poppiest LP, but it's also their most ROCKING. I'm talking bad-ass guitar action, a skull-crushing backbeat, and a relentless aural attack that could steamroll ANYTHING that tried to get in its way! No joke, dude. This band's rock n' roll blitzkrieg has got enough fire & fury to satisfy the cravings of a thousand rabid Motorhead junkies. And those formidable pop chops will have you all singing along, tapping your feet, and smiling a sadistic smile. When's the last time that songs so utterly disturbing have been so very FUN?!!!
Easily their best album to date.