(U.S.) Fight Amp-Constantly Off 12" (2015)

Country: USA
Genre: Post Hardcore, Punk, Noise Rock, Sludge
Label: Lost Tape Collective/
Tracks: 6
Length: 18.0'

Fight Amp are a three piece band from Philadelphia, PA who formed in January of 2004.  Fight Amp play an amazing style of music that incorporates elements of post hardcore, punk, noise rock, and sludge within their sound.  Musically, Fight Amp can be said to be influenced by bands such as Shellac, 90's Am-Rep noise rock bands, The Melvins, and Breather Resist for starters.  Fight Amp have an impressive back catalog of releases spanning their eleven year career.  Since their inception in 2004, Fight Amp have released a self-titled five song demo in June of 2004, a four song EP titled Champagne Of Bands in March of 2007, a split EP with Exosus in August of 2006, a split & with Cash In in January of 2008, a four song 7" titled Ugly Kids Doing Ugly Things in April of 2005, a split 7" with Black Tusk in July of 2009, a 3-way split LP with Kowloon Walled City and Ladder Devils in June of 2010, an eight song LP titled Hungry For Nothing in February of 2008, a thirteen song LP titled Manners And Praise in October of 2009, a split 7" with Burning Love in June of 2012, and an eight song LP titled Birth Control in September of 2012.  Constantly Off is Fight Amp's latest six song 12" which was released via Brutal Panda records and Lost Tape Collective on June 9th, 2015.  On their latest 12", Fight Amp offer up six new tracks of blown out, dirt, and unsettling post hardcore, punk, noise rock, and sludge.  Overall, Fight  Amp have absolutely nailed it with their new 12" that will definitely appeal to fans of Griever, Sweet Cobra, Ladder Devils, and Kowloon Walled City.  Highly recommended!  Enjoy!

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