by Sockweb

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    Includes unlimited streaming of Werewolf via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Captioned by contest winner Mámšit Fpalitsi, the "Blast Beast" blue t-shirt in a size of your choice.

    Printed on 100% cotton, heavyweight, pre-shrunk Gildan t-shirts.
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    Limited edition green t-shirt featuring Joanie and Wolfie in bully-fighting get-up.

    "Tool up, Joanie bologna; it's time to get bullies"

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    Packaged with two pairs of socks. Each pair sports webbing over the toes and a sockweb logo on the front/top. Joanie and Wolfie's faces on the ankles facing outwards.

    One pair is blue, one pair is orange, with the colour scheme inverted (blue webbing and logo on orange socks and orange webbing and logo on blue socks).
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Sockweb are the world's first father/daughter grindcore band. After recording a joke song about pancakes together, multi-instrumentalist father Adam Young and his seven year-old daughter Joanie set about creating the most brutorable album in existence.

Werewolf is that album, and features Joanie as lead vocalist. What is remarkable is that she writes all the lyrics and approves all of her father's contributions, and she has a real ear for quality.

Werewolf is a concept album about a young girl who meets a werewolf when he hides under her bed from a storm, and follows their adventures battling bullies, vampires and witches.

With guest spots from the likes of Agoraphobic Nosebleed frontwoman Katherine Katz, and mastered by Pig Destroyer's Scott Hull, this is no gimmick album; it's a statement to the world that brutal and adorable do go together!


released March 25, 2014

Vocals, lyrics: Joanie "Bologna" Young
Music, additional vocals: Adam "Blackula" Young

Guest solo on "Werewolf": Erik Ebsen
Guest vocals on "Cletus The Fetus": Joe Torchia
Guest solo on "Spoon": Jonathan Chun
Guest vocals on "Salamander Karate": Katherine Katz

Mixed by Andrew Zink
Mastered by Scott Hull

Cover art by Mandy Maxwell
Additional art by Clayton Jarvis



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Track Name: I Want Pancakes
I want pancakes
I want hot chocolate
I want cereal
I think that's all I want

I want window
I want macaroni
I want pizza
Give them to me right now

There is a witch
I want to play a game, right now
I will never eat again but you will give me the ipod, I want to play a game
Ok I will play the game
No way, you are grounded
No I aint
Yes you are
Quit your laughing
I don't care, I will do what I want
No you wont, if you do, you're grounded forever.
Track Name: Broken Glass Swandive
Dogs are running in the house.
Get those dogs outside.
Spray the house now. Clean the house.
Feed the cat.
I want to go to the park.
Get snacks, get snacks.
Let's go on a picnic.
There is a monster.
Over there.
No way!
What do you want to drink?
Pop! Pop! Pop!