Tony Sagger and Kevin Mistreater of the Night Terrors came back once again after their Goodbye Boozy debut LP/CD sold out in a matter of weeks, following it up with 9 new smash hits the likes of which this world has never heard.
Take Sagger’s soul stomping, gut wrenching sound and mix it with the guitar rhymes and riffs from Kevin’s own personal Mistreater catalog. This platter of mayhem was recorded and mixed at Tronic Graveyard by none other than Alicja Trout of Lost Sounds, River City Tanlines, Black Sunday, The Fitts, The Clears, Nervous Patterns fame.
The Night Terrors are Milwaukee’s dirty little secret, the kind that keeps you up at night and constantly looking over your shoulder. A general malaise of paranoia and desperation permeates their music: Tony Sagger (the bastard offspring of the nuge and bigfoot)’s feral vocals and Blatz-soaked guitars viciously tear at the stone age pounding of drummer Eric-monster or animal, and just to up the drunken lunacy of it all, dusty mistreater adds his signature sound on guitar like a twist of the knife in your solar plexus.
On the unfortunate night that they slime their way on stage mayhem ensues as they tear the place up like wild, rabid dogs, delivering song after song about violence, debauchery and alienation. They’ve sleazed their way across the U.S. and Canada with the likes of fellow degenerates King Khan and BBQ, The Black Lips, CPC Gangbangs, Catholic Boys and Mystery Girls. The Night Terrors‘ first album, “Zurfluh!” was released on Goodbye Boozy Records of Italy in 2004. Their follow-up “Cobras” was recorded at Tronic Graveyard in Memphis during the first Gonerfest. One listen will have you itching at the bugs under your skin and obeying the voices in your skull. Purchase HERE.