Electric Eel Shock: 'Transworld Ultra Rock'

'Prefixing a band’s name with cult is often mistaken as a euphemism for cool'

Electric Eel Shock: 'Transworld Ultra Rock'

2 / 10 Prefixing a band’s name with ‘cult’ is often mistaken as a euphemism for ‘cool’, when it really means ‘plodding along for years without anybody giving a shit’. Hello then, cult Japanese rockers EES, whose mishmash of Foos-ish guitars, metal-style vocals and weird Thunderbirds circa-1965 artwork are so clichéd there is no hope of anyone caring anytime soon.



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