No Time (3) ‎– No Time

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Six Feet Under Records ‎– SFU090
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Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 City Dyin'
A2 Cutthroat
A3 Headache
B1 Reprobate
B2 Perpetual War
B3 Warpath

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Vinyl release of their demo in fold-out sleeve with lyrics and download card.

Recorded in September 2013.

First Pressing of 418 copies:
- 105 white vinyl
- 313 black vinyl (this)

There are also 13 test pressings.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PIRATES PRESS - SFU090 A 117705O1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PIRATES PRESS - SFU090 B 117705O2/B

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eastendmeg

eastendmeg

June 5, 2016

You ever wonder what Blitz would have sounded like if they were from Pittsburgh? Me either. Until, however, I heard this album from No Time. The bio info tells me these guys all come from other bands and have been playing for a while. You hear that these guys know what they are doing on each and every song. I am going to say it up front... This band, when they nail it, are fucking napalm!
"City Dyin" is the fucking match! Bag of broken glass vocals and guitar riffs that make me think of Criminal Damage hit me right in the face and infected my ears. Let me tell you, these lyrics are no happy-feely-let's-drink-beers-and-be-merry stuff. These words are dark, rage-filled, venom bullets. What a great track to start the record off.

"Constant state of paranoia,
Violence on every corner.
Bastards in blue beat up a kid for fun,
Carbon Monoxide fills your lungs.
Living one paycheck from the street,
the rent is paid, but now you can't eat.
Cameras watching everything you do.
Jeffrey Romoff, we're coming for you!"

I do not know what is left to fucking say. These words hit like a flame thrower!

Oh the sweet sound of a rumbling bass line. Music to my heart. That is the sound that kicks off "Cut Throat." Drums hit like hammers and the guitar riffs cut like razor blades. "Cut Throat" is a jagged shard of glass shoved right in the throat of the greed in this country. The singer Adam Thomas spits out each word like they are nails.
"You're giving me a fucking headache" is shouted at the start of "Headache." Their sound on this track is like a bulldozer. It is just going to roll over everything in its path. The bottom end hits like a nine-pound hammer right to my head. So fucking awesome. "Reprobate" kicks off with some great guitars and an Oi! shout. The rhythm bounces through the whole song and the bass rolls like a road grater as the guitar shreds over the top. And the singer just keeps spitting venom.
Some nice anthem-styled guitars lead in to the caustic "Perpetual War." Caustic is the definitely the best word for this song of pending doom. You know what made me smile in the middle of all this doom and war? Smoking guitar sound!
The band finishes the album off with my favorite song. "Warpath" starts off as a mid-tempo stomper and then kicks it up a notch. They kick it up to notch awesome! The tempo changes, the bass lines are rumbling, the drums hammering, and Blitz-styled guitars is what they give us on this track.
With a heavy and dirty version of Blitz guitar sound and the rhythms of Oxymoron, all mixed with a rough sound that reminds me of Jersey band like Dead Heroes and Niblick Henbane, this singer spits rage filled lyrics with the best of them. Yes, some of the songs roll together. But let me tell you when they are this good, it doesn't matter. These guys are damn good at what they do and I hope they do not stop any time soon. This is one of the best young bands I have heard and I will be seeking out everything they have done. Go to Six Feet Under Records and order this album. You will thank me later. Oh, and thank you to Six Feet Under Records for putting a download code in the album!