NOTE: All of our copies have corner damage from being shipped overseas.
At last, the long-awaited vinyl debut of the band created between Temuco (Chile) and Buenos Aires (Argentina) INJECCION. After their debut demo and an ep cassette in this full-length, themes of these are re-recorded and new themes are provided in a sound explosion of the perfect fusion of Japanese noise/pogo punk with British Uk82/Streetpunk and the crudeness of Latin rawpunk. Tupa-tupa drums following some razor-sharp guitars that stick like a needle in the eardrum and a solid bass reinforced by the raw and violent voice of the vocalist. It's as if GAI were playing songs from EXPLOITED in the neighborhood of Lo Espejo in Santiago de Chile. 11 songs plus a surprise song of pure crudeness, rage and punk aggressiveness from Latin America.
Our take: Well, this kicks ass. Inyeccion’s debut full-length, Porqueria, reminds me of one of my favorite records in recent memory, Morbo’s ¿A Quién Le Echamos La Culpa?, another record from a South American band whose music is as raw as it is infectious. As the label’s blurb notes, Inyeccion’s style combines elements of Japanese noise punk, UK82 street punk, and raw and crude vintage Latin American punk. While Inyeccion has hit upon an identifiable style, what keeps me coming back to Porqueria is how exciting it sounds. The band plays like they fucking mean it. The energy level is through the roof and the songs sound like classics… when Inyeccion launches into one of their chanted choruses, you have to sing along, and when they dive into one of their frantic noisy parts, you gotta thrash. The intensity and the vividness of expression also carry over into the packaging design. Porqueria is covered in killer, punk as fuck cartoon illustrations, and besides the full color cover you also get a two-color poster and an illustrated lyric booklet following the same aesthetic. I love everything about this record… essential 2022 punk.