Churning out their brand of punk rock 'n' roll for nearly half a decade, Guelph, Ontario's The Nasties have quickly overtaken the world of steely, aggressive, turbocharged music. Signing to legendary punk staple D.O.A.'s Sudden Death Records, The Nasties release inaugural fulllength album Discipline. Featuring 14 tunes ranging from the '77 attitude of the title track through pelvic rocker “Plumber,” succinct, hyperactive “Sky Is Falling,” undulating “Empty Revenge” and steely, menacing “Negativity,” both The Nasties and Discipline pull from talent reaching as far back as the genre's formative years. Pushing the worlds of punk, rock 'n' roll and metal into a lifelong mandate, Discipline unites disparate foundations of originality and familiarity. Pulling inspiration from sources including D.O.A., Dayglo Abortions, SNFU, Misfits, Hellacopters, Dead Kennedys, New Bomb Turks, Razor and the inimitable Motorhead, The Nasties sprout from humble beginnings yet create their own Royal City sound. Moreover, featuring members of underground Canadian punk mainstays including Forgotten Rebels, Maximum RNR, Maggot Fodder, Tirekickers and more, Discipline showcases a deeprooted adoration for grinding, guttural guitar riffs, lyrics ranging from tongueincheek to politicallyfired and beastly, thunderous drums. All set to pulsating rhythms, unrivaled dynamism and guttural attack. It's working. Baring teeth smeared with blood and instruments caked with liquor, sweat and enthusiasm, The Nasties' mission to weld virulent energy with enduring riffs has resulted in over 250 performances with genre heroes including Gwar, C.J. Ramone, Glen Matlock, Meatmen, Hanson Brothers, Vibrators, Forgotten Rebels, D.O.A , SNFU, Dayglo Abortions and more, a soldout debut EP and revered international showcases. Not to mention adoration as purveyors of the party atmosphere yielding ravenously boisterous crowd appreciation and involvement.