A frenzied convergence of post-punk danceability and noise rock and roll abrasiveness, Dope Body’s audio straddles that okay series between a tightly packed dancefloor and a mosh pit. Evoking some type of fantasy world where in fact the Jesus Lizard cover Gang of Four while playing through a blown-out PA program, the Baltimore, Maryland quartet of Andrew Laumann, David Jacober, Zachary Utz, and John Jones have already been running their affects through a sonic blender since 2008. Since their inception, the music group have were able to rack up an extraordinary discography very quickly, starting with this year’s 2009 EP 20 Pound Brick, that was released on Watercolor. They implemented up with the divide EP (on Orphan) Self Entitled through Dark Tent Press this year 2010 prior to making their full-length debut the next calendar year with Nupping. Dope Body’s many years of cellar and eardrum devastation eventually paid in 2012 if they installed with indie large Drag City release a their second full-length, Organic Background. After relentless touring, the music group implemented up in 2014 with Lifer. They documented an abundance of materials for the record. Deciding that a lot of it was as well good to depart, they do some editing and enhancing and just a little extra documenting, but otherwise put together 2015’s Kunk from Lifer’s influenced leftovers. Preceded from the solitary “Old Gray” in June, the recording was released 8 weeks later.