I've got a couple Gloryholes releases on my hard drive. Still never knew anything about them. And after this fresh listen I'm not sure if I had ever listened before. Too bad, because this is a very entertaining album. And here's a little of what I learned about the band:
Seattle punk rockers the Gloryholes
mix the snotty drive of old-school punk rock with the hooks and
attitude of garage rock, and the result is a high-energy onslaught
suitable for teenage vandalism or dancing the pogo.
What's not to like? I don't know why they'd want a divorce. They sound like they're having fun.