Monday, November 29, 2010

Verbal Abuse

Thanks for all the anniversary accolades, but we have work to do. I think we're going to keep this Bay Area theme going for a few more posts, and with that in mind, here is the debut from Verbal Abuse. Just an American Band introduced the world to VA's furious thrashing hardcore made even better by the nihilist lyrics and snot-on vocals of ex-Sick Pleasure dude, Nikki Sikki. This was released in 1983.

12 comments:

sephim said...

With all the best songs covered on Slayer's 'Undisputed Attitude'...

This will be great.

snake plissken said...

Woo woo W00T! The 80s were a golden time of music. So much good stuff of all genres.

Anonymous said...

WOOOO YHHHHHHHAAAAAAA!

THANKS AESOP!

J. Riddle said...

Awesome album ( their best by far).

Please post that later "Rocks your liver" one at some point please. I never did have that one other than on Cass tape.

brendan said...

Fun, fun, fun, with my machine gun. Indeed.

icoulddietomorrow said...

these dudes stayed on my floor on their last "tour." super nice dudes, though Nikki Sikki introduced himself to me maybe four times within a half hour period.

Tanners666 said...

One of the greatest punk albums ever. EVER.

Dennis Dread said...

Man, I had no idea this was Nikki Sikki singing. He don't play pretty music!

nobody at all. said...

FUCK YEAH MAN, DUH!!!!!!!!!!

nobody at all. said...

what about "sick pleasure"?!?

Grk! said...

My liver is rocked. Thank you.

Vultch said...

Do you happen to have any of Nicki Sicki's Afterbirth demos? Been trying to check those out