Horny For Tomorrow by Acid Cannibals

Release date: December 1, 2018
Label: Hominid Sounds

Frantic Glasgow punk duo Acid Cannibals return with their second EP entitled Horny For Tomorrow and it’s safe to say that their high octane take on punk rock hasn’t wavered one bit since they first exploded into the consciousness of everyone who heard their glorious noise.

Horny For Tomorrow is the follow up to Why Not Every Night and this release carries the sane berserk energy throughout its four tracks as their debut release did and sounds every bit as angry and caustic too.

The snarling ‘Got The Life’ kicks things off in fine fashion as it literally drips with vivacity and you just know that this one will be a firm live favourite, complete with a brilliant shoutalong chorus. ‘Kale Them All’ follows and keeps the energy levels high, with the band sounding even more unhinged over the harsh riffs and pounding drums as they chant the songs title with passion and venom and the song becomes even more epic sounding as it progresses before reaching its logical conclusion.

A manic howl, a sparse drumbeat and some menacing riffage signals the arrival of next number ‘50,000 Nos Cans Can’t Be Wrong’ and this one is the heaviest and most out there thing on Horny For Tomorrow with a series of impassioned rants that recall a Glaswegian Sleaford Mods complete with a brilliantly bizarre snippet of the Acid Cannibals take on Megadeth’s ‘Sweating Bullets’ for good measure resulting in an off the wall example of the bands eclectic punk sound.

‘Life’s Alright’ finishes the EP off in style with a longer intro that builds and builds until it suddenly morphs into a garage punk stomp that shows off the power of the Acid Cannibals song, complete with another chant along chorus that’ll be stuck in your head for ages.

Horny For Tomorrow is a brilliant release, packed full of life affirming zest and anger and is a more than worthy follow up to their debut EP. With the strength of the material they have released so far, hopefully we will see a fully unhinged full length Acid Cannibals album from the band sooner rather than later, but until then revel in the filth and fury and get the party started with Horny For Tomorrow.

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