Kansas City trio BUMMER mirror the absurdity of modern life with
a balance of dark humor, dejected nihilism and righteous fury. Their
music spills out in torrents of skull-crushing riffs, gargantuan bass and
caustic howls delivered at breakneck speed with gleeful abandon.
Following their split 7" with longtime friends The Body which teased a
more focused, lean sound for the group, Dead Horse hones BUMMER's
auditory desolation and scathing gaze to laser-point precision. In eleven
short vignettes the quartet lay waste to everything in their path, penning
a vitriolic overview of life in the American Midwest, a surprising blend
of one-star Trip Advisor review and insightful cultural critique.