ELIMINATOR JR is not a properly valued band. Their first Lp, “Chandal”, overflows teen vitality through all its pores with great songs soaked with surprising melodies, beastly rhythm changes, guitar spasms taking the noise up to the infinite...
After several false rumours of separation, our band has proved again that their story is not anything momentary, though the changes they’ve come through after the recording of the Lp (including the new drummer) lead us to think that they are a bit tired of all that commotion around the bands from Gijón, too, a commotion that both can be profitable or a total ruin for the bands. ELIMINATOR JR come anew, they’ve gone far from everyone with three new songs. Maybe it could be because of the moonlightning of its members (YOGUR, MANTA RAY...). Their music is as vital as it used to, but now they add incredible amounts of sickling humour that won’t be understood by everybody. Though... is there anyone who understands Daniel Johnston? “Oro” is the song proving they are in their right minds. An unusual instrumentation let us think of a thrilling future, with songs covered of rich details they’ll uncover bit by bit.
When “Purlom” starts, they seem to take us back all of a sudden to their first period, but... remember, nothing’s the same, just those unexpected changes letting us think they’re going to cover us in feedback... but they don’t. They’ve just opened a new empty field that quite soon they’re going to fill.
“Dios” is the signature of a loony. Mark Eitzel on 45 rpm. Pulling our legs, you say? It’s just a warning in a beastly, direct way, for you not to forget their name, for you to know that within a short time there’ll be a lot of talk around them.
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