Surf Nazis on Ecstasy

Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Surf Nazis on Ecstasy are a thrash-punk trio who, despite their name, are neither beach bums nor fascists. And they definitely don't do raves. By their own words: "We're not artsy. We're not Nazis. We only play all-ages shows." It's an operational ethic that regularly brings them to crusty punk squats, suburban basements, and burned-out warehouses. This Saturday, the crew lands at Miami's DIY, all-ages venue Goo for an on-the-books show, with backup from local punks Eztorbo and Hellmass.

Details

With Eztorbo, Hellmass, Mehkago NT, and the Panix. Saturday, May 30. Goo, 150 NW 54th St., Miami. Show begins at 8 p.m. Admission is $5. myspace.com/goomiami

Already through the first half of an East Coast run hyping the imminent release of their new self-release EP, the Surf Nazis have mastered a sound that's the musical equivalent of madness, death, and disaster. Yet even so, these three dudes remain immune to the sort of stylistic limitations that knee-jerk critics often pin on thrash acts. The Surf Nazi style shifts on a razor's edge from no wave to sludge rock to hardcore, without ever sacrificing an ounce of aggression.

 
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