Tweezer's suggestion to survive in a "day of moral chaos" involved incorporating some of that pandemonium into yourself. At least they throw a good deal of bedlam into their music. Tweezer is never more than a few bars away from 'rocking out, ' but its not a place they call home. The underlying current is one of a good-natured joke and that is a big part of why they succeed so well. Press in the southeast has long noted the band for their seven-inches and catastrophic stage show. Decadent noise rock that knows what it can get away with.
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AllMusic Review by Tom Schulte