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Boomkat Product Review:
A pile-up of influences that sees elements of The Monks, The Cramps and a host of other vintage garage rock luminaries all jostling together, TV Ghost's Cold Fish is a typically nerve-jangling collection of lo-fi, 'verbed-out fury. This Indiana band's sound takes a more uncompromisingly discordant set of cues than the often very tuneful In The Red roster's aesthetics. The thorny horror stabs of 'Bastille' seem particularly jarring and aggressive, in the same way that the vicious organ drones of 'The Consumption' made for an ear-blasting introduction at the top of the album. Even the comparatively concise and snappy 'The Network' leaves you in bit of a state, sounding sort of like Fugazi reworking The Munsters theme tune in some 1960s basement.