Scuzz Master/DNK BDZ FMLY BND split

The Nirvana influence is tangible here — more on the Scuzz Master side of the equation than the DNK BDZ FMLY BND portion of the release, but no less relevant. The guitars are at the forefront for both — fuzzed-out and muscular in execution, a heavy hand guiding the way. Where Scuzz Master skews to the more four-chord punk leanings of ’90s grunge — that kind of pop-sensible punk and metal amalgam — DNK DBZ FMLY BND veers towards the shoegaze side. The end result is a split consisting of two entirely complimentary acts that fit together beautifully.