Drag

by Resistors

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about

Drag features twelve aggressive and melodic punk anthems, catering to listeners with short attention spans. “I always get bored with long songs,” says singer Scott Wolff. “I’m an aging punk rocker writing songs for other aging punk rockers who are probably busy doing things like fighting the system, fucking them man or changing diapers. We have to get our point across efficiently and get that chorus stuck in their head quickly before they realize that we aren’t that good and that they have something better to do."

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released March 3, 2015

Recorded at Brooklyn Recording Company
All songs (C) 2015 Resistors
Released by Aces & Eights Records

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Resistors New York

Resistors started in Brooklyn in 2012, when guitarist/vocalist Scott Wolff (Pumps, Bound & Buried, Moving Target) realized that he had a bunch of songs and no band, so he went into the studio to make a record on his own. The result was a bit of a throwback to the 1990’s melodic punk scene he grew up in, drawing influence from Good Riddance, 88 Fingers Louie and Bad Religion. ... more

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