Hunters – “S/T” Review
Hunters’ debut, self-titled album, is a throwback to Blink-182’s original work back in the ’90s. The first thing that you will notice about the record is the garage-band, distorted sound that so many punk bands of the era adopted. You’ll find yourself head banging and reminiscing about the days when people wore lots of black, baggy jeans and combat boots. It’s definitely worth a listen.
The album itself, Hunters, capitalizes on the heavy guitar and drum sound that links it back to before its time; in short, it’s a perfect album to remind you of the good ol’ days.
This LP is diverse in its sound, mood and distortion levels. It can be heavy, emotional and fun all at once. It’s an album that shouldn’t be missed, and you can definitely expect the band to grow even more from this point on.
(Mom + Pop Records)
Engineered & Mixed by Greg Norman at Electrical Audio
Mastered by John Golden at Golden Mastering
Produced by Hunters