Chicago’s punk underworld has reimagined itself several times over the past twenty years.
of styles and directions a few years later, it’s all been simmering salaciously for
generations now, and for the last few years, only a few really noteworthy bands have grasped
the raw agitation as well as The Sueves. Rearing their ugliness up through
the tropes of plastic flowers and goofy sunglasses, these brave young ravagers
are not content to sit idly by as the stench of indifference passes over the masses,
always the “least chill” band at the rock ’n roll party and that is really a good thing.
You can’t just sit still when The Sueves are wielding their wares, both in person
and on record, the aggression has to burst out somehow, and although it’s far, far
easier to just appeal to the low-hanging fruit dangling at the bottom of the rock ’n roll food chain,
it’s far more respectable to be the ones who are bleeding and bruised every single time.
The Sueves released their first LP “Change Your Life” in October 2016 on Hozac Records.
Their follow up LP, “R.I.P. Clearance Event” is coming out soon on Hozac.
Featuring Joe Schorgl (SkipChurch) on guitar and vocals, Rob Piskac on bass,
and Tim Thomas (Heavy Times) on drums.
Past members include Andy Martin (Todayshits) on drums and Max Clarke (Cut Worms) on guitar/bass.