The anticipation for the impending debut album from DGAF has been has building to feverish levels over the past few years. What started out as nothing more than a way to describe their own reckless lifestyle has ended up bringing together Suburban Noize’s most notorious cast of misfits onto one cut throat, in-your-face blunted full length album. DGAF, which features original Kottonmouth Kings frontman Saint Dog, his brother Big Hoss, Chucky Chuck and Gillies, have created the perfect musical soundtrack for the chaos that surrounds their lives. With a thirst for motocross riding, surfing and skateboarding these tattooed of misfits live each day with no fear and only a go big or stay home attitude.
The group’s debut album is the sonic equivalent of the Sex Pistols crashing head on with N.W.A. DGAF’s toxic musical brew is an unapologetic middle finger to everyone and everything that stands in their path. "Damn Rite We Did It" kicks the album off with a banger and sets the cut-throat tone of the record, the album's lead single "Knuckle Up" sends a message to anyone who runs their mouth but can't back it up with their fists, while "With Us Or Against Us" asks which line of the listener stands on. The album also features guest appearances by Kottonmouth Kings' Daddy X.
No matter what side of the line you stand on it's impossible to ignore DGAF's in-your-face message. This four-piece crew is ready to crack skulls and celebrate the only way they how; by packaging the insanity of their day to day lives into one harsh audible blunt.
"DGAF is a lifestyle movement that started at the bottom and we're going straight to the top,” closes Gillies. “We're never gonna stop; so you're either with us or against us and if you are against us…"
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