By The Ghost Of A Thousand
'Knees, Toes, Teeth' is the latest single to be lifted from arguably the hardcore album of the year, 'New Hopes, New Demonstrations.' The Ghost of A Thousand main man Tom Lacey has a talent for unleashing vocals that sound simultaneously massive, and pain-wracked. The throat-full-of-razorblades chorus will have you desperate to sing along, even though you'll struggle to decipher what exactly Lacey's roaring about.
'Knees, Toes, Teeth' is hardcore with a punk 'n roll slant, underpinned by a shimming bass line. It also features that rarest thing of all in hardcore: a proper guitar solo. Not the strongest song on 'New Hopes, New Demonstrations,' but it's probably the most accessible. If you like this, then definitely give the album a listen - because that's even better.