Keelhaul: Review on Punknews!

Keelhaul has determinedly resurrected the ghost of Killdozer’s and Karp’s sense of humor and attitude, but this time as a progressive thrash rock band. And while the band riffs harder than Geddy, Neal and Alex, you don’t have to worry about all those pathos getting in the way. Singing is sparse; time signatures are often turned on their head; syncopation is a requirement, but song titles like “Everything’s a Napkin” and “THC for One” put the kibosh on taking anything too seriously.