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    Hey, look, it's another EP from those Brooklyn jokey punksters, World War IX! "Off The Wagon" is 5-song flash of a masterpiece that comes with a collectible comic book (Earaches & Eyesores #4) made by lead guitarist Justin Melkmann who, in real life, is a producer on The Daily Show. Anyways, this thing lasts less than 9 minutes and is chock full of speedy, goofy, punk rock anthems that will make you laugh and shout along.

    "Carrera Con El Diablo," which seems to be the single off the album, deals with getting shitty Mexican food late night when you're hammered, and the consequences that follow. The other tracks detail similar issues such as "Drinking All Day," but "Bath Salt Zombies" was written as the title track for the new movie by the same name.

    If you're a fan of sardonic, hardcore punk in the spirit of Damaged-era Black Flag then "Off The Wagon" will appeal to you. If you're not easily amused by bathroom humor, partying till ya puke, etc. then perhaps skip this one.

    -Stereo Killer

    Brooklyn’s World War IX is back with another EP, their second in less than a year, and like a drunken one night stand, it’s over before you realize exactly what happened, but still felt kind of good (once you shower, of course).

    The five songs on this release – each clocking in at just over a couple of minutes, like any self-respecting punk rock tune – are all a bit goofy, but solidly fun hardcore ditties.

    The EP opener “Carrera Con El Diablo” and “(What’s Wrong With) Drinking All Day” stand out above the others, but you can’t really go wrong with any from this group. Off The Wagon also includes the theme to the punk rock horror flick Bath Salts Zombie (the movie was co-written by Clint Weiler) and the EP is also paired with guitarist Justin Melkmann’s latest comic, Earaches & Eyesores #4.

    John B. Moore
    New Noise Magazine

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from Off The Wagon, released June 21, 2013

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"How do you feel about vintage American punk? I’m talking about the stuff that is angry and fun at the same time. I’m talking about early Black Flag, Circle Jerks, I’m talking about guitars plugged straight into amps with no effects, lots of gang vocals, beats that just keep on beating. Yeah, me too. Rejoice! World War IX is here for you. For me. For us. For punk"-(The Impaler Speaks) ... more

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