London derelicts, the Unreleasables, sonicly proclaim it’s out with the new and in with the old on their most crude ‘n corrosive slab to date. Across twelve putrid inches, the Unreleasables blast through a high-octane mix of disdain and disharmony making ‘Solitary Confinement’ your safety pin sanctuary for nasty biting Punk Rock. This is Punk built on guitar riffs — mean, angry, and measured — paired with equally aggro production that works well with their agitated, chaotic sounds. You can practically smell the beer flying through yer speakers as the Unreleasables tear through twelve brash cuts that sound like an inebriated, molotov-concoction of the Dead Boys, Pagans, Zero Boys, Ramones and the Dwarves. It’s all 1-2-FUCK-YOU Punk Rock with loud slashing guitars and snotty vitriolic vocals from a band that forges their influences into their own nihilistic, sonic edge. Delightfully rotten sounds from London with super cool looking solitarily stoned cover art by Darren Merinuk. Includes an insert lyrics sheet.
Released by Dead Beat Records (2018).