Lamb's Legs are a band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin that plays noise rock and this is a review of their 2016 album "A Dozen Torsos Within Spitting Distance" which will be released on May 13th as a joint effort between Elmwood Townhill Records and Novo Labs.
Drum beats along with some distorted yet melodic guitar leads start off the album along with some spoken word parts a few seconds later and once the bass guitars kicks in the music starts going into more of a heavier musical direction as well as adding in clean singing vocals and the songs also alternate between both clean and heavy parts.
Some of the songs bring in elements of no wave and free form jazz while the heaviness sections are very heavily influenced by noise rock and hardcore along with some angry and aggressive vocals and traces of noise can also be heard in some of the reverb sounds and a couple of the tracks are long and epic in length and all of the songs stick to either a slow or mid paced musical direction.
Lamb's Legs plays a style of noise rock that is very heavily rooted in the 80's style while also mixing in elements of noise, no wave and post hardcore which also makes the songs stand out a bit more, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover dark and angry themes.
In my opinion Lamb's Legs are a very great sounding noise rock band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Death To Tunnel Shepard" "I Want To Believe" and "Glam's Baes". 8 out of 10.