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Mercy Killers

Bloodlove

Hellcat

Released on August 22, 2006


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As veterans of the punk scene, the members of Mercy Killers carry the torch passed on from The Damned, T.S.O.L., and Generation X. With Bloodlove, their Hellcat debut, the Mercy Killers take a refreshing, new look at punk, all the while keeping the threatening poise and noise of their punk-rock forefathers. Each band member has paid their dues touring the world with various bands over the years; frontman Craig Fairbraugh (Lars Fredericksen and the Bastards,Transplants), bassplayer Sam Soto (Original Sinners), and drummer Colin Barill. This trio of misanthropes are on a mission into the dark and sleepless world of Bloodlove.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hollow  11%
2 Pamint De Mort Voted #2  17%
3 Lust For Hope Voted #1  28%
4 Wash Over Me Voted #3  17%
5 As Far Apart  17%
6 I'm Not Wasted  0%
7 Bloodlove  6%
8 End Transmission  6%
9 Pure Life  0%
10 Not About You  0%
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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First full length record, after releasing an EP on Rancid Records. Excellent release from a 3 piece band, lead by Craig Leg. If you are a fan of any of his earlier bands: The Forgotten, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards, his touring stint with the Transplants on the 2005 Warped Tour, or even adore his more recent work in +44, you should give this a try. This is classic Hellcat Records material with song topics staying dark and vague at times. Clocks in at 29:09. You may have heard Track 2, “Paint De Mort”, on “Give ‘Em the Boot 5”. Fairly mid-tempo, but some songs are fast as hell, via FAT Wreck tempo even. Very spooky but extrememly catchy. Production is really good. Good mix of clean/distored guitars, sometimes both at once. Keeps it very interesting. Craig’s singing range is really pretty big, bigger than I thought. As we know, he fuckin kills it on guitar and this release is no exception. Craig has written music/lyrics for some of his bands but this is interesting because he is the primary songwriter. In Lars and the Bastards, most songs were penned by Tim and Lars, in +44, Mark. This is Craig.

Alternative Press recommended checking out the Mercy Killers if you like The Damned, AFI, or Rancid and I think that is absolutely accurate. There is some screaming on the record too, often over singing. All 3 members have busted ass in other bands but even if you are unfamiliar with them or some of them, check this shit out! Best song is easily “Pure Life”

Comes with lyric book, dig it!

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Ryan from Raleigh, NC 
Feb 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i think it's a really cool album. The first 3 songs are raunchy & have mean lyrics. i was impressed by the whole thing. They kinda remind me of Rancid and/or most Hellcat bands, but they have their own unique sound as well. They fit the bill & most the songs stand apart from anything i've heard. If you like Hellcat Records, Distillers, Son Of Sam, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys,etc. you'll like this album.

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Jamie from Gas City, IN 
Dec 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is one of the best albums that came out in 2006. if you dont have it you are making a big mistake. it is like bauhaus meets tsol type stuff very lethal. thumbs way up. every song is good.





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