Debut 7" 2013 self released
Side A: A Slave To The Lazy Boy
Side B: Hopeful Godless I
"Making Fuck is a band that doesn't mince words or waste much time with courtship. Their debut Self Titled 7" starts out gruff and stoney with "A Slave to the Lazy Boy." Jeff Wells drums are simple, yet solid and artful. The cello, played by Jessica Bundy, can be initially misheard as a bass, which is the primary role it takes in the song structure. But overtime the cello's texture becomes more recognizable, and addictive. This track brings back the age old idea that all you need for a song is one great riff, any diversion is there to give seasoning to and intensify the return to the original riff. Kory Quist's vocals are reminiscent of Harkonen, yet they carry, being drawn out and sustained in a good way. "Hopeful Godless I" brings to mind Oceanic era Isis riffs, puntuated and awkward, yet hypnotic. Overall this is a solid and straight-forward first release. It says to the listener, we are Making Fuck, if you don't like it get out of the bedroom."
Jarom Bischoff, Exigent Records
Making Fuck is a musical creation reminiscent of the Paleolithic culinary art of hurling a box of cake mix into an active volcano to produce something that every doom/metal-seeking wildebeest would love sinking its teeth into. This brilliant three-piece spotlights Jessica Bundy’s brutal low-end fluidity on electric cello creating a serendipitous relationship with the other two members’ aggressive riffs, driving rhythm, and confrontational vocals (provided by Jeff Wells and Kory Quist). My first listen of this track provided a much-needed burst of sonic adrenaline.–Kim Pack - See more at: www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/decibrity-playlist-subrosa-part-2/#sthash.jI7FnWMT.dpuf
"Making Fuck, Salt Lake’s latest crusaders for atheism, want to make one thing perfectly clear: They will be heard. They are Kory Quist (guitar and vocals), Jeff Wells (drums), and Jessica Bundy (cello). The opening salvo of “A Slave To The Lazy Boy” recalls Sound Garden’s Louder Than Love. Quist’s guitar, a veritable percussion instrument, leaves space between power chords for ringing and droning upstrokes. Well’s drumming sacrifices commotion for blunt impact. What distances Making Fuck from classic grunge is hardcore shouting in place of expressive vocals, and the rejection of conventional song structure for minor variations on a basic riff. The sound, much indebted to engineer Andy Patterson, is as heavy as grunge, but more relentless. Bundy’s minimalist cello offers a respite from Making Fuck’s monolithic brutality. One only hopes to see her more fully integrated into Making Fuck, turning a very competent band into a unique one."
-Brian Kubarycz SLUG Mag