Perdition Debut Out Tomorrow

Posted April 6, 2012 by Anthony Mariani in Blotch

Tomorrow (Saturday) is the day to get your grubby mitts on an album of pure, unbridled, unapologetic pop-punkery, Hispanola, the debut full-length by Perdition, the Fort Worth quartet whose song “Race for the Rabid” made HearSay’s top songs of 2011. Out on Denton’s Dang!Records, Hispanola is 10-tracks long and features such inevitable hits as “These Are the Droids We’re Looking For,” “I Don’t Get Drunk, I Get Awesome,” “Bitch, I Hold Babies All the Time,” and the aforementioned “Race for the Rabid.” The track “Gatorade Punch” has gotten the video treatment (see: below) and will be included on a forthcoming 7-inch split EP, DIY ’til Death, Vol. 1, with DC Fallout, Allout Helter, and Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge. The track, a furious but melodic jaunt, is available for free download here. Dang! also offers CD/shirt/poster packages.



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