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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Equality and Anarchy”

Solo hardcore punk project Gorilla Knifefight is back with a new track. Matt Glassel channels anti-war cries in rapid succession, expressing distaste for our warmongering government and how innocent people suffer at the hands of the state. But there’s no power like the power of the people, and Glassel assures that the people will rise up and win. Gorilla Knifefight

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Certified High Speed”

Hardcore punk solo project Gorilla Knifefight has an album out on Loopy Scoop Tapes – his second of the year. It’s an ass-kicker with plenty of feedback and fierce riffage where each cut comes at you like a fiery blast. Matt Glassel sings about rock n’ roll being alive and well, sweating profusely, looking for an off switch on his

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS: Gorilla Knifefight, X Harlow

A smorgasbord of talented acts took the stage at Cactus Club on Sunday night. Milwaukee solo project Gorilla Knifefight kicked things off followed by New York-by-way-of-Milwaukee artist X Harlow, Chicago-based EBM project Club Music, and Cincinnati post-punk band The Serfs. Gorilla Knifefight is the hardcore punk project of Matt Glassel, where he sings with backing tracks. Glassel is known to

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VIDEO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Mark My Skin”

Solo punk project Gorilla Knifefight (Matt Glassel) has a music video out to their song “Mark My Skin.” It’s less than a minute long and makes its point loud and clear; the black-and-white video features Glassel receiving a stick and poke tattoo from good friend and bandmate Eliot Hess. The lyrics are displayed in Glassel’s distinct font as well (if

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Guerrilla Warfare”

Gorilla Knifefight is a solo punk project of Matt Glassel, who is known as the guitarist of Peroxide and as a boon to the Riverwest DIY scene through running the space Tsunami MKE (formerly Nausicaa). His new record is a lash-out about basic human rights being denied, Nazis being allowed space, life being too short to not be happy, and

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