I Hate Sally

I Hate Sally


Since the very humble beginnings, IHS has shared the stage with nearly every band ever, have gone through 4 vans, only one burned, and have received 37 noise complaints. During more recent shows, full-scale riots have broken out, with locals grabbi


I Hate Sally have come a long way since their humble beginnings in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. With the half-serious band name and attitude planted over 5 years ago, the band has also come a long way musically: starting as a three-piece punk band, improving into a five-piece metal band, and finally hitting it's stride two years ago as a four-piece punk-metal-hardcore extravaganza. With their strongest lineup ever in tact, I Hate Sally sit alongside the best in extreme music today, and their latest release "Don't Worry Lady" attests to that. Filled with doom-ridden guitar riffs, "Don't Worry Lady" has been described as a "crushing, melodic sludge of visceral intensity" by Exclaim!; "filthy, raw and primal with just enough tongue-in-cheek swagger to perfectly balance things out" says Ambush the Night: "loud, really loud, I don't know what kind of music it is, but it's really loud," says a drunk South American businessman that broke into their rehearsal space.

Mixed at GodCity (by Kurt Ballou of Converge) and mastered at New Alliance East (by Nick Zampiello), "Don't Worry Lady" was recorded in 3 days at Pappa D's. Tonally, the album is gritty, live, and cuts like a chainsaw - not unlike an old Soundgarden or Motorhead record. It is fitting that a guitar amp caught fire during the recording. Dee Prescott's lyrics are elusive and haunting, "which might typically be written by someone with a stack of decomposing and mangled bodies hiding somewhere in their basement" (306.org). Set this against the eccentric song titles, all composed of female names from the Bible, "Don't Worry Lady" frightens, destroys, kills your buddies favorite new hardcore disc, and sets you up for a live show ass-kicking that will probably leave someone injured. Wear a hockey helmet.


Dont Worry Lady
-released in 2006 by Underground Operations

I Hate Sally vs. GFK Sp(l)it
-to be released Dec 11th 2007

radio/video singles:
Hannah Hannah
Bathsheba Of Seven
Martha Served

Set List

All original, all heavy. 30 of the most invigorating death defying extreme minutes of your life.