Detroit's underground musical output of the 21st century devoid of the atypical 'Detroit' sound is certainly a breath of fresh air to all that come across it, and one of the most overlooked of the bunch have a new record you sorely need to hear. Red Red Red is Ryan from the Piranhas current adventure, and along with Jason and Jon, this week's show on Thursday night at the Lagerhouse in Detroit is a record release party for their debut album on Big Neck Records. With only a 7" release on the New Zealand Perpetrator label under their belt, Red Red Red unleash a mentally devastating and visceral ball of unrestrained punk noise that's just too shambolic and volatile to be held close, yet so punishing and raw it just has to be witnessed in person. Taking a more basic direction from the forked path the Piranhas once led, this three piece unit drives their point home repeatedly and with such invigorating results, you'll just have to bask in their shower of hate-caked rock'n roll desecration. If you approach their delivery without holding the Piranhas' comparison too closely, you'll see how Red Red Red manage to focus their fury into a less arty and much more primitive scree, but with infection and anger interlaced at the helm to keep it vital. There were rumors that the pressing plant had to re-cut the vinyl masters due to the levels blowing so far into the danger zone that they couldn't capture the sound, and that the CD version is the only place to hear the 'real' cut, but even upon only a brief listen, it's not hard to believe. Opening the night's festivities are Minus 9 and Casket Sinkers, the latter of which are a new experimental unit featuring Aaron Dilloway & John from Wolf Eyes in the mix, which sounds like it could really take a psychotic forage into your innermost fears and most animlistic temptations, which is probably good for your head anyway. Check out some Red Red Red tracks off the new album HERE, and don't forget to grab a copy of the new album at the show.