Boys From Brutalsville (Reissue)
Released on July 10, 2007
TKO Records is pleased to announce the reissue of ANTiSEEN’s notorious 2001 comeback album “The Boys From Brutalsville.” This was the album that reintroduced these Scum Punk warlords to a whole new generation of fans. Now after being out-of-print for several years, “Brutalsville” is back, and meaner than ever. This expanded digi-pack reissue includes four bonus tracks and a bonus DVD that features music videos from the album and footage from a 16-track live set from the Los Angeles stop of ANTiSEEN’s 2001 Rolling Blackouts West Coast tour. This DELUXE edition will be essential to any ANTiSEEN fan, and if you missed it the first time around, now you’ll be able to see what the fuss was all about.
“Older than dirt and twice as ugly, North Carolina's ANTiSEEN were cranking out revved up white trash boogie long before Nashville Pussy discovered beer, speed, and porn. The Boys From Brutalsville is their 50-something release, yet they don’t seem to have lost a step after 18 years of low-rent caterwauling. The South's answer to Motorhead, ANTiSEEN are unapologetically loud, profane, and abrasive.” - Mean Street
“Now imagine Motorhead meets Molly Hatchet somewhere in a back alley way after a long night of drinking and suddenly they all break into song… like that would happen? But hypothetically, I can't think of a better likeness to draw to exemplify AntiSeen's style-pure raunch, driven to a filthy excess, they'll grab you by the throat and throttle the Hell out of you till you're left knocky-kneed and trembling with fear.”- Stormbringer
“ANTiSEEN is southern rock gone horribly wrong; ANTiSEEN is the MISFITS on a six-day amphetamine bender; ANTiSEEN is a shock rock band that doesn't want to throw shit on you, but just wants to make you shit yourself.... if you haven't yet taken the step in to the Confederacy Of Scum underworld, then look carefully to make sure that none of your "hip" friends are watching, snatch up a copy of this classic LP, and then slip quietly into the confines of your room and get a lesson in true outlaw rock and roll.” - Maximum Rockn’Roll