|Internal Disfunction - 'Strangers In Your Own Town' (Self Released)|
|Written by Dom Daley|
|Tuesday, 26 January 2010 14:36|
Fresh from a support slot on the Faster Pussycat and Enuff Z Nuff European trek, Internal Disfunction slung their new EP, 'Strangers In Your Own Town', at ÜRHQ to see if anything stuck.
This self produced four track EP kicks off with 'Dreamers & Losers' and a jolly sleazy ditty this is. Think Backyard Babies and maybe even Hardcore Superstar and you're in the right ball park. After hearing their 2005 debut album - the self released 'Nine Feet Under' - I have to say that this is a hundred times more impressive, blessed with a much punchier sound which lifts the songs on offer here.
'Dreamers And Losers' has a very Hanoi Rocks 'Cafe Avenue' type melody without sounding like Hanoi. 'Wild Life' again fits all the categories. 'Some Love, Some Wine' kicks off all acoustic but quickly picks up the pace with a meaty riff. The last track is the strangely titled 'Kisses (In My Ashtray)' and is pretty decent in a very Wildhearts way however, clocking in at over six minutes, it is a bit long.
Improving with every release are these sleaze dealers from Naples, Italy and long may it continue.