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Peak Eradicator carries the hardcore hallmarks of Slania’s previous work and the poppy composition and major-key riffing of Maury and Bollis’ former outfit. Through the record, The Eradicator faces down competitors and sports-related injuries, loses friends and reflects on falling in love (with his racket). “I’mma Be Me,” a barrelling anthem of self-love and weirdo empowerment, crescendos with jubilant, harmonized lead guitars over thundering half-time drums before Slania bursts back in, roaring: “I’MMA BE ME!” “You Know Too Much About Me Already” kicks off with power-punk chording as The Eradicator details the difficulties of maintaining his anonymity off the court, a struggle Slania connects to his separation of his corporate office life and punk alter-ego. (He likens it to George Costanza’s efforts to keep Relationship George and Independent George isolated from one another.) Later, it dips into dance punk on “Future Olympian,” a track that spiritually and literally borrows from Atom and His Package. Atom Goren recorded backing vocals for the song, which Slania arranged with pre-programmed drums and keyboard bass. Say-10 Records.
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Peak Eradicator carries the hardcore hallmarks of Slania’s previous work and the poppy composition and major-key riffing of Maury and Bollis’ former outfit. Through the record, The Eradicator faces down competitors and sports-related injuries, loses friends and reflects on falling in love (with his racket). “I’mma Be Me,” a barrelling anthem of self-love and weirdo empowerment, crescendos with jubilant, harmonized lead guitars over thundering half-time drums before Slania bursts back in, roaring: “I’MMA BE ME!” “You Know Too Much About Me Already” kicks off with power-punk chording as The Eradicator details the difficulties of maintaining his anonymity off the court, a struggle Slania connects to his separation of his corporate office life and punk alter-ego. (He likens it to George Costanza’s efforts to keep Relationship George and Independent George isolated from one another.) Later, it dips into dance punk on “Future Olympian,” a track that spiritually and literally borrows from Atom and His Package. Atom Goren recorded backing vocals for the song, which Slania arranged with pre-programmed drums and keyboard bass. Say-10 Records.