And as Talking Heads once did, Picasso Trigger schizophrenically mines two crazy fields: mindless sweaty abandon and deep thoughts; the raging pulse and multi-harmony of "We Dress the Monkeys" is matched with the troubling concept that those monkeys are "dressed in army colors," "Hell Before Sunrise" could be a Tom Waits song as produced by a reborn F. Scott Fitzgerald, "King of Fright" is wicked abandon (iced by the muscular horns of F.O.C.) but with sassy lyrics and vocals Peter Murphy would die for. Front man Oscar Herrera (Sleep of Reason) might be your dirty boy, but that's just one of many roles.
This is a finished album, and the band is looking for a label to release it. (Maybe Andy Sidaris could direct the video?) We hope some label gets smart soon -- the public deserves it. There are many things you can do to this music. It'll do a few things to you, too.