5 Most Underrated Seattle Bands of All Time by Black Breath's Jamie Byrum
In the last few months, no other album has gotten as much love on the Noisecreep stereo as Black Breath's Sentenced to Life. Released back in March by the folks at Southern Lord (Pelican, All Pigs Must Die), the 10-song collection sounds like a long lost Entombed album if the Swedes had listened to more American punk and hardcore than death metal.
The albums first track, "Feast of the Damned," is one of the sickest opening cuts we've heard in years and Sentenced to Life doesn't let up from there. So stop effin' around and pick up the damn thing!
Since they hail from the Pacific Northwest, Noisecreep asked Black Breath drummer Jamie Byrum for his list of the five most underrated Seattle bands. Check it out below along with Black Breath's upcoming tour dates.
5 Most Underrated Seattle Bands of All Time
by Black Breath's Jamie Byrum
"From Olympia, these guys are one of my favorites and a crucial part of growing up in the Northwest for me. Super sludgey metal with that classic NW tongue and cheek humor about it. On K Records."
"Really amazing pop punk dating back to the early '80s. Extremely original songwriting and killer guitar playing. Great vocals with massive hooks."
"Disgusting punk that started in Washington. Featured Kurt Vanderhoof from Metal Church on guitar and