News Videos Sciatic Nerve leak a new 49-second track

Sciatic Nerve leak a new 49-second track

Posted Sept. 17, 2017, 9:48 a.m. in Videos by Loren

Sciatic Nerive, a new Bay Area (California) band featuring members of Swingin' Utters, Nothington, Western Addiction and Cobra Skulls have unveiled a self-titled video from their upcoming self-titled debut.


"I think the idea behind a song like this is just to set the pace and throw back to old punk, like when the Ramones would have a song with only a couple of lyrics. A lot of people won't get it, but that's fine," says vocalist Chris Matulich (also of Nothington).


Check out the video below. The album comes out on Oct. 13 via Anxious & Angry Records (US) and Gunner Records (Europe).


Sciatic Nerve are:

Luke Ray
Chris Matulich
Tony Teixeira
Kyle Lindauer

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