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Reviewed by Ania Glowacz

Ginzu And The Steak Knives: Final Form EP

Reviewed by Ania Glowacz

Ginzu And The Steak Knives: Final Form EP

Down and dirty rock n’ roll is alive and well. Auckland three-piece Ginzu and the Steak Knives have unleashed another beast upon the populace, this time five tracks on a 7” vinyl EP (of 150 copies).

The individuals responsible for this vaguely punk/metal/doom melange are Jonathan Gray on guitar and vocals, Hamish Henderson on bass, and Shepherds Of Cassini’s Omar Al-Hashimi banging the drums.

There’s a decent nod to Motorhead as well as a healthy Melvins’ vibe happening, along with the take it or leave it attitude.

Recorded at Devonport’s Depot Sound Studios, mixed by Tim Shann, mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege and pressed by Zenith Records. A worthy offering of shifty silt and sludge.

All over inside nine minutes, the black side and white side provide a handy reminder of whether you’ve already played that one or not!

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