"The material itself is pure madness, defying categories except to lump in with hard rock. There are a multitude of melodic and rhythmic changeups, in addition to some serious vocal shredding by George Stevens.... Taking a listen to this record could just redeem the homogenized and often spiritless hard rock arena that kids are buying into these days. There are a lot of hard rock bands, but not very many good ones. And The Booginz just happen to put a lot of them to shame." --Heidi Drockelman, Indie-music.com
The Booginz, from New Castle, Pennsylvania, also borrow from the Bungle -- particularly in the vocal department, where George Stevens sounds like a young Mike Patton blanketed in acrobatic bass and frenetic rhythms.
-- Scene Magazine
Check out the artist's website:http://www.bandalooprecords.com
1. Aftermath of I-79
5. In Perpetude
7. Sunset Strap On
8. C'est House