Lancaster County Prison, NYC's country music for the hard of hearing, played a ripping set at Tramps, on their home turf.
OUT NOW! Lancaster County Prison's "Live at Tramps!" Recorded in 1999 at the NYC club Tramps, this is LCP at top form. Playing all the hits! You buy now!
“The band's style, which melds the early hardcore chops of bands like Bad Brains with the more simplistic approach of Helmet, is well-represented in this solid set."
“Lead vocalist Frank Phobia spews his paranoid diatribes over a churning bed of metallic, angst-driven grooves, delivered with a no-nonsense (i.e., guitar solo-free) aesthetic." - allmusic.com
Recent reviews for previous releases...
“Delivers rapid fire pop-punk anthems rife with dichotomy.” - PunkNews.org
“Addictive without getting boring and makes you want to break out your old punk records, throw on some headphones and sing a long, anthem style.” - thepunksite.com
“What you are dealt with here is short, sharp shocks of catchy, melodic punk perfection.” - hitthefloor.com
“A rousing, breathless blast from the past.” - KDHX 88.1 FM
“Clenching, about-to-snap aggression...and…melodic obligingness.” - The Big Takeover
“If new emo bands sounded like this…the world would be a better place, for me.” - Collective Zine
“This is an album of perfect Midwest emo ... with just enough abrasiveness to make your heart a little raw” - Survivre La Nuit