The German three piece Trigger cut are back after their 2019 album ‘Buster’. The new album ‘Rogo’ is out since March 1 and and is quite the beast. It seems Trigger Cut has switched to a higher gear, their music sounds fuller and maybe a bit faster and more agressive, maybe this is because the album was written during the pandemic (you probably heard about that). Ralph Schaarschmidt (you may came across his name throughout the internet about all things noiserock/postpunk) delivers the treble guitar and slightly deranged vocals on ‘Rogo’ and its those vocals that give it a bit of an extra kick for me, they make it sound a bit more crazy, give the whole album a more raw feel.
‘Rogo’ is an excellent album, it is a sonic attack of noiserock with some postpunk vibes. Lucky for you the LP is also beautifuly designed so it will fit just nice in you collection. Order it on bandcamp now.
Trigger Cut is ready to release a really strong album in March. the four tracks that are out from the upcoming album ‘ROGO’ are really great. The tracks are riff fueled noispunk tracks with enough energy to make you forget about viruses and death and other boring things. Put this tracks on repeat and make sure you have preorder the album.
Trigger Cut released their debut album ‘Buster’ in May last year and it was a great album for sure but I don’t know what happened, did Covid get to them? Did they eat too much peppers? Are they on hard drugs? Because the first two tracks that are out are absolutely awesome and really heavy. The First track ‘Solid State’ really hits my feels. Trigger Cut for the win in 2021. Tune in and pre-order the album now goddammit. Don’t wait, it will be gone.
Okay, so I absolutely love noise rock, you probably knew that by now. I wanted a good and solid noiserock list since I started Fuzzy Sun but I need to be honest with myself, I know the cult bands, the ‘popular’ ones and a load of new ones since I started this website but i am no expert on the genre. So what better then ask for help.
So I asked Ralp Schaarschmidt (TRIGGER CUT / BUZZ RODEO) for help and i instantly got a ridiculous long list of the best noiserock/postpunk and stuff from the last decades.
This list is huge and is full of gems, both ‘popular’ and underground, old and new.
It is going to take time to listen to everything on this list but I promise you it will be worth it. Due to the length of the list this post will be in couple of parts. So this is Part I of the Ralph Schaarschmidt List. Enjoy