Burnt Tapes

Mastering the Burnt Tapes “Wasted History”.

Taken from Punktastic:

‘Wasted History’, the astounding new EP by London based punks The Burnt Tapes, was recorded in an attic above an abandoned pub. Fittingly, the result is an enticing beer soaked rampage of fast paced, unpolished melody – see ‘From My Gut, To Your Face’ in particular as proof.

The record celebrates the band’s reunion following time apart. The Burnt Tapes began life in Athens before coming together again in the UK’s capital. “Wasted History, sums up the years we spent apart as we all went our separate way after high school…and about how the present is all about trying to make up for lost time,” vocalist Pan explains.

Citing the likes of Iron Chic, Leagues Apart and Apologies, I Have None as influences, The Burnt Tapes have enjoyed shows alongside fellow up-and-comers Cement Matters and The Ligaments. ‘Wasted History’ sees them make an exciting statement of intent, and should see them move up the ranks come 2015.”