The story of the Sleaze is one near and dear to the hearts of us at Three Dimensional Records. When we first met the Sleaze they were fresh faced college freshman who, despite classifying themselves as a "jam band," had stumbled upon the essence of punk rock in a miracle of surreptitious retardation telling titled "Smokin' Fuckin' Cigs." The next few years were fraught with drunken brawls, dead minks, crying brides, shoe bites, practice-space break-ins, pulled hair, balls in mouths, and shows verging from the ridiculous to the sublime - more often than not both at the same time. Somewhere along the way the Sleaze grew more comfortable in their own skin and turned into a band who knew exactly what made them great. Their best material dates from this time and "Weird Truck" is the first song from that era to see the light of day. For our money it's the best thing they've done so far. If you still enjoy punk rock, then this is one you need to hear.
Love that Traditional hardcore sound. This band is all about standing up and fighting your oppressors. So get up stand up and fight. Every song on this album and the demo make me want to stand up and smash every racist, homophobic, xenophobic piece of shit in the face. Jacob Maddox