The Hexxers | Freaks With The Savage Beat

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Freaks With The Savage Beat

by The Hexxers

Savage Garage Punk 60s-style
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Straight Home
2:52 $0.99
2. I Can Beat Your Drum
3:41 $0.99
3. Strangled
2:54 $0.99
4. Bones By My Bedside
2:29 $0.99
5. No One Knows Where My Wild Seeds Are Sown
2:44 $0.99
6. Tell Me Pretty Baby
2:52 $0.99
7. You Put Me On
1:51 $0.99
8. Sidewinder Crawl
2:21 $0.99
9. I Take What I Want
3:07 $0.99
10. Like What, Me Worry?
3:11 $0.99
11. Let's Dance
1:56 $0.99
12. Knockin' On Gravestones
1:57 $0.99
13. Bones By My Bedside (Manic Maraca Mix)
2:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Hexxers crawled out from beneath the fetid SoCal RAB scene to shock and stun an unsuspecting fan base with their primal beat and savage guitar.

Having conquered the modern rockabilly scene with the extraordinary release "Caged Heat", Rockin' Ryan Sagat teamed up with the manic hillbilly from West Virginia, Rip Carson, for some cannibal-style garage punk.

"Freaks With The Savage Beat" is the band's first release. There has not been a record this savage since The Sonics and The Stooges.

Jeff "Kopper" Kopp of and The Wayback Machine radio show, when he heard the CD exclaimed:

"This release is going to really turn some heads (and ruin some ears!). It's really refreshing to hear something like this being put out by a new young band. These guys take the late '50s "Desperate Rock'n'Roll" (rockabilly AND R&B) influences and turn 'em inside out, exposing rock'n'roll's stinking, rotting guts. And, just in case you don't think that's sick enough for ya, they then f*@! it up even more by throwing in dashes of Sonics, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Gories, Oblivians, Mummies, Back From the Grave, and Los Marauders, resulting in some of the most authentic primitive rock'n'roll I've heard in years. These cats could be the Cramps (or maybe at least the Raunch Hands) of the new millennium!!

Get this thing out PRONTO so it can be my #1 pick of the year."



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Insane Garage
Man it's like Jerry Rosly The Sonics mixed with little Richard and a bit of good' ol rock as well.. This stuff was so tough it gave a new meaning to ears ringing.... Crazy CD

G Harris

Primal. 3-chord slop, could be a lost Back From The Grave band
Now this is Garage music! Primitive, three chord blasts of raw sixties garage slop. Put this on next Fiday night and round up a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon for a stompin' frat like party. True genius!!!!!!!!!

sol johnson

The Hexxers are badass savages!
Hey Hexxers, you rock like no other!!! Your primitive, freaky, savage rock n' roll will be the saviour of mankind. Keep rockin and keep it commin!!!

Tristan Creeley

My new favorite band!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Hexxers SHOULD be the hottest rock n roll band in California and definitely the hottest band on the garage punk scene today. That's a bold statement but this album is as solid and rocking as it gets. Since I've got it I've been listening to it several times in a row, daily. You don't get tired of it! Every song is great. The musicianship is as good as it gets blending Bo Didley, Chuck Berry, Bill Black and Scotty Moore, Yard Birds, Sonics, Pretty Things etc. And the vocals are by far the best I've heard since Gerry Rosley. No shit!!! It's that good. Oh and the drummer's great, full of energy and never predictable. I only regret that I haven't seen them live yet. But I put that album up there with the greatest and when you hear it, you'll see that I'm not exagerating. In my mind, there's no doubt, the hexxers are the best modern garage punk band you can hear.


Garage Punk like no other !
The Hexxers are a Garage band like no other .. these guy's kinda' remind me of the Monks !! Very original .. they Bang with the Twang !


Made me slap my lady
Just kiddin, but seriously buy this album. Great energy and every song brings something new to the table. I cant image what these guys are like live.

Evan Edwards

Garage Punk Blast from the Past
Like The Pretty Things drunk and hellbent for musical murder. This is the kind of trash rock roll you can't find in any can , It comes straight from the bottle which I will be finnishing counting the human remains by my bedside!!


Kick Out The Jams Hexers!!