BiographyThe Anti-Seen's crushing version of WWF-sanctioned crap rock has been offending Berklee College of Music students and indie kids alike since they first started spewing three-chord musical hate in North Carolina in the early '80s. Dense in every sense of the word, they plow through murky combinations of Hardcore brevity and heavy metal brutality, fronted by the throaty growl and blood-stained antics of long-haired scuzzball Jeff Clayton. Their grinding sub-Stooges metal/punk comes to festering perfection on a murder-stomp cover of the Roky Erickson classic "Two-Headed Dog." But don't stop there -- if it's stoopid headbanger Punk you're after, Anti-Seen will have you skipping showers and shooting Woolite in no time.
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