12 Songs, 54 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

J.Babilis3 ,

oh ya

I personally think anything these guys put out is worth buying, each cd gets better though I do miss the darker feel of Velvet Noise. Warriors one of my favs.

Ytkto ,

For Fans of Bullet for my Valentine, Atreyu, Still Remains, Reggie and the Full Effect, etc....

Metalcore at its best. Raunchy are have the capability of becoming big, but havent gotten there yet, even with their fourth album. Help spread the word about this band, they are very talented. My personal favorites are: The Bash, Warriors, Somebody's Watching Me, A Heavy Burden, and The Comfort In Leaving. Give Them a Listen!

Emir Parkreiner ,

"That's what I saw in Copenhagen..."

Raunchy's defining statement has been made - Wasteland Discotheque. Their 4th high energy album isn't content with simply combining metal and pop music together - its songs are both metal and pop simultaneously. Songs such as "Warriors" and the title track "Wasteland Discotheque" are decisively heavy and sure to excite more than a few headbangers, but have all the makings of a great pop song (especially the KILLER chorus of "Warriors"). Raunchy strays away lyrically from average metal (death, vikings, etc) with a healthy dose of sarcasm and self appreciation delivered in punch line fashion in "The Bash" ("My denim is tight so you better watch out.") and "Somewhere Along The Road" ("Hell yeah my dead boys are in the mood for a fight. Like the zombies they are, they smell blood, what a wonderful sight.") Lines like these as well 80's slick keyboards actually help amp up the already relentless Raunchy to greater heights of aggression and most importantly, FUN! 5/5 - A must listen for fans of Scandinavian rock and synth metal.

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