Torch Music Review

Your inside guide to what’s good and what’s just awful

by Published: Mar 28, 2012

Deth Bunny

Grant, Mich. isn’t known for pro­duc­ing much more than a swamp and swamp peo­ple, but now it will be known for pro­duc­ing swampy sound­ing music as well. Deth Bunny brings on a sound only a mother could love — or a punk rocker. I hap­pen to be the lat­ter. Deth Bunny reminds me of the Dead Kennedys, with polit­i­cally charged lyrics hid­den behind over­driven unpol­ished gui­tar work. The mix is sloppy and all over the place, just the way punk should be. Deth Bunny embod­ies the imma­ture atti­tude and lack of author­i­ta­tive respect that is true punk rock. They reminded me of how much I missed the true mean­ing of punk with all the whiny emo-esque bands mas­querad­ing as punk-pop or alter­na­tive groups around in this day. The only thing miss­ing from the Deth Bunny tracks are a com­pli­men­tary can of spray paint and base­ball bat to mess the town up as you race through the streets with the win­dows down, music blar­ing on a warm Saturday night.

  • mam­ma­muir

    lis­ten to the lat­est music on reverb nation.  I saw this band live many times they are awesome.