Band Spotlight: Dangerface (Norway/Punk)


Ladies and gentlemen; get acquainted with the boys from Norway’s Dangerface.

Hailing from the town of Stavangar (which sounds like a bitchin’ viking final resting place, or hidden realm of Asgardian warriors), Dangerface combine a disharmonic, low gain guitar attack with vicious speed and gritty vocals that get to the goddamn point with no emotional ambiguity. The band claims The Bronx and Gallows as influences, while fans of The International Noise Conspiracy and Refused are going to detect DNA from those acts in the snarly, low fidelty assault of Dangerface.

The band is putting together their deubt LP, poised for a release sometime around March of 2018. Until then, check out “Wolves”, “Broken Man” and “Get Loud” on the bands Bandcamp page. Below is my personal favorite, “Wolves”. Comment, and let us know which track you’re into.


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