Band Name Clockcleaner. Album Name Ready 2 Fight. Type EP. Released date 2009. Labels Fan Death Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. Other productions from Clockcleaner.
Clockcleaner is a punk band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,USA, named after a particular "hot bag" of heroin that was distributed in Philadelphia in the 1980s. The band consists of John Sharkey III on vocals/guitar, Karen Horner on 6-string bass guitar, and Richie Charles Jr on drums. The trio has drawn comparisons to The Birthday Party, Big Black, Bauhaus, Flipper and even harsh noise band Whitehouse.
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Clockcleaner was a punk/noise rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The band consisted of John Sharkey III on vocals/Guitar, Karen Horner on Bass, and Richie Charles Jr on drums. The trio had drawn comparisons to The Jesus Lizard, Big Black, Nirvana, Flipper and even harsh noise band Whitehouse. Formed in 2004, Clockcleaner released an EP called The Hassler on the now defunct Philadelphia hardcore label Manic Ride Records. The album echoed early 90s noise rock, with high pitch guitar sonics and a thumping bass sound. After touring for the EP original bassist R. Slegel left the band, and was replaced in the studio by John Sharkey. In Early 2006 they released a 7 on Baltimore’s Noise/Avant label Hit-Dat Records (Missing Dick b/w Crucifucks’ cover By the Door).
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At first it sounds like a grand time and in the end you know you're going to feel like mid-80s Richard Pryor, but you'd regret not taking the foolish bull by the dick.
delightfully rokken album. energetic from the sound of the album, both things are entirely believable . A throbbing, noisy, menacing classic of a record.
Clockcleaner have a bass-heavy lurch akin to the Jesus Lizard and Flipper, but this Philadelphia outfit isn't just emulating the sound of those bands- there's a genuine desire to make listeners uncomfortable here. I don't know about the members of Clockcleaner. I mean, I like the low, sinister squall of the band's noisy punk as well as their arch delivery. In lieu of a signature hit, their MySpace page auto-loads a phone message from an angry, threatening fan, who insists that singer John Sharkey is "felonious. They've done their best to sully the icon of Kurt Cobain by calling their last.