Sheer terror standing up for falling down


Then the first spin of ‘Standing up for falling down’ hit me like a well-aimed brick in the face. Everything fell into place. This was vintage Sheer Terror the way you never expected but also the most hardcore album in years. The songs are hard, brutal and to the point with all the sarcasm, melancholy and the cherished lyrics are brought with a ferocity that is dearly missed in a lot of bands. It is a faster, meaner and heavier band that still sounds more relevant that the ones they influenced over the years. And hell yeah, I know, a lot of people will tell me it was better in the past and it doesn’t sound like this or that. I do however remember that ‘Love songs for the unloved’ wasn’t considered a classic when it came out. Same goes for ‘Thanks fer nuthin’. You know what, when the band had their farewell tour the show I went to had about forty people that sang along very song and not the 4000 that say they were there. By the way, the Dutch national soccer team lost the match to Brazil that day in the semi-finals. And every time I see a match I can still hear Paul saying ‘You have been playing this fucking game for five long fucking hours and still lose’. How about that for a lousy fact.

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