Denton's Werewolf Therewolf has been punishing audiences (in a good way) since 2008, but this happy little quintet didn't get around to releasing their debut EP until February of this year. The EP is called Therecastle, and it's a beast of a record, a seething statement of purpose that gloriously revels in influences such as Thrice and UnderOath.
Loud and relatively complex, the songs of Werewolf Therewolf feature a nice, tongue-in-cheek dose of humor and humility. Also some emo-tinged vocals.
But it's pretty impressive nonetheless. And bassist Carlo Decanini was kind enough to make available one of the EP's best cuts, "Mercy Attire," for the downloading pleasure of DC-9 readers. How nice of Carlo. Check it out after the jump.
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