Frenzal Rhomb Bring The Funnies Back For ‘Thought It Was Yoga But It Was Ketamine’
After introducing us to the next phase of their career with ‘Where Drug Dealers Take Their Kids‘ last month, Aussie larrikins/punk kings Frenzal Rhomb return with single #2 from their upcoming album 10th The Cup of Pestilence out April 7 via Fat Wreck Chords/Virgin Music.
Where ‘Drug Dealers…‘ brings us into their new album as the opening track, ‘Thought It Was Yoga But It Was Ketamine‘ is at the back end of the 19-track album, serving as the closer with frontman Jay Whallley‘s iconic twang bringing us into a speed-demon throw down with plenty of Lindsay McDougall roaring guitars, circle-pit inducing drums from Mr Gordy Foreman and phat bass lines perfected by Michael Dallinger.
If you’re a Frenzal fan, you know what you’re in for. If you’re not, the 2:17 length single will grab your attention quicker than attempting to be cool on TikTok.
Stream ‘Thought It Was Yoga But It Was Ketamine‘ here
Pre-Order The Cup of Pestilence here
Frenzal Rhomb – The Cup of Pestilence tracklisting
1. Where Drug Dealers Take Their Kids
2. Gone to the Dogs
3. The Wreckage
4. Dead Man’s Underpants
5. Lil Dead$**t
6. Laneway Dave
7. Instant Coffee
8. Dog Tranquiliser
9. I Think My Neighbour Is Planning to Kill Me
10. Horse Meat
11. How to Make Gravox
12. Deathbed Darren
15. Hospitality and Violence
16. Those People
17. Old Mate Neck Tattoo
18. Finally I Can Get Arrested in This Town
19. Thought It Was Yoga but It Was Ketamine