We’ve got a funny-ass cover song and music video for you to check out today! Sacramento, California’s comedy/hard rock band, Korean Fire Drill, who are for fans of Psychostick and Bloodhound Gang, have just revealed a video for their cover of the Dr. Dre and Tupac classic “California Love”.

Korean Fire Drill, also known as KFD, are set to drop their sophomore, self-produced, full-length More Badass Than Half Ass on November 29th, 2016. Featuring 8 new original songs, 4 covers/remakes, 12 skits and 1 secret track, the release is complete with artwork to fit made by the band as well.

Said the band of the new album:

“The singer Matt produced the album, cause he thinks he’s the next Joey Sturgis or David Bendeth or some shit. This is actually the 2nd album but it can’t be found, except by those who already know where it is. We are insanely badass, cool dudes and chick. We eat a lot but we can all bench about 500lbs. We have large manhoods and boobs. We drink lots of Jager Bombs. We absolutely love Dodgeball, Chili Dogs, Mario Party 3, and we never rehearse unless there is a drink and a naked chick. That’s about it… Oh and fuck Carl…”

More Badass Than Half Ass Track Listing:

The Invitation (Skit)
The Joy (Skit)
The MF Fox
The Rejection (Skit)
California Love
The Wrath (Skit)
The Abandonment (Skit)
The Bad Touch
The Journey (Skit)
Forbidden Temples
The Accord (Skit)
The Redirection (Skit)
Austin Texas (The Good, The Bad And The Fkyaaah [Concerto in G & F, and G])
The Wrong Direction (Skit)
Country Sowng
The Celebration (Skit)
Scissor Sisters
The Gift (Skit)
Bitch Box
The Chi (Skit)
Live Like Us
Outta Left Field (Monologue)

For more information, please visit: www.facebook.com/KoreanFireDrill.


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