Feast Of Shame
Released on February 13, 2007
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When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.
Similarly, when Brutal
Knights hands you a new album called Feast Of
Shame, make piss in your
pants, because you should be excited. The Toronto
fivesome, whose debut
LP(The Pleasure Is All Thine, also on Deranged
Records) established them
as being immature for their age, has continued
making music, resulting
in the 14 songs recorded by Jon Drew at Toronto’s
Signal To Noise
studios (FUCKED UP ‘hidden world’, Career Suicide
and then mixed by musician Jay Reatard in Memphis.
The arduous kampf
that went into this release is probably what sent
packing, although not before laying down awesome
drumwork for the LP.
Feast of Shame features BRUTAL KNIGHTS at their
best ? faster, rawer and
dumber than before with the production to boot!
By the way, there are
songs about food on this album ("The Perfect
Buffet"). There are also
songs about haters (You’re Fired[I Quit]). There
are also songs about
being randy(every song on the album). There are
also songs about not
being emotionally or physically strong ("So
Weak"). There are also songs
about losing weight ("Bikini Diet"). The way the
songs sound is like a
peanut butter and white bread sandwich being eaten
Lady and The
Tramp-style by Joel Madden and Wendy O. Williams,
while Jon Sharron sits
and lets the image inspire riffs, and Nick
Flanagan is also there,
writing a rhyming article about the whole thing.
Sorry, it will not cure
your STDs. Here’s what dead celebrities probably
would have said about
BK: "The only club I would want to be a member of
is the "Why does
everything cost too much" club."-Groucho Marx
"Although inelegant, I
respect their hustle."-Jackie Onassis Bouvier
Kennedy "Why did I smoke
and eat too much during my abbreviated
Bouvier"Gleason. "Whoa! Feast Of Shame’s songs
make me not feel good.
Boooya! Whose house? Brutal Knights’ house!"-James