Petrol Bastard - U R Fuk
Electropunk, Electro-Industrial
It's been a few years since those cretinous Northern-Monkeys Petrol Bastard unleashed their first album. If you can call it that. Since then the pair of wet kneed inbreeds have unleashed a score of other albums, the latest of which is an EP of sorts. Welcome to 'U R FUK' the newest and perhaps worst thing they've ever done. 


The songs on this, 4 track, album are the epitome of all that's wrong with Northern England. The lyrics are crude. The sounds are all over the place. There is hardly any sign of shape, form or structure. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that these four songs where probably written in vomit on a bathroom floor by a man that passed out and fell off the toilet -his hairy backside staring into space.

Overall, 'U R FUK' is exactly what you'd expect after all these years from these Northern cockwombles. It is a riot with no purpose. All smoke and fire inside a tin of beans. Obviously, this is a must for all Petrol Bastard fans.

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Brutal Resonance

Petrol Bastard - U R Fuk

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2016
It's been a few years since those cretinous Northern-Monkeys Petrol Bastard unleashed their first album. If you can call it that. Since then the pair of wet kneed inbreeds have unleashed a score of other albums, the latest of which is an EP of sorts. Welcome to 'U R FUK' the newest and perhaps worst thing they've ever done. 


The songs on this, 4 track, album are the epitome of all that's wrong with Northern England. The lyrics are crude. The sounds are all over the place. There is hardly any sign of shape, form or structure. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that these four songs where probably written in vomit on a bathroom floor by a man that passed out and fell off the toilet -his hairy backside staring into space.

Overall, 'U R FUK' is exactly what you'd expect after all these years from these Northern cockwombles. It is a riot with no purpose. All smoke and fire inside a tin of beans. Obviously, this is a must for all Petrol Bastard fans.

Apr 28 2016

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

John Crofts

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