For a band that plays heavy music, genre adherence and specificity are overrated. It's much more interesting to throw off the metal nerds and slack-jawed journalists (points to self) that need to box things up so they can safely describe bands to their friends and readers. In the case of local trio Honduran, there are so many genres and sub-genres interlaced in their full-length debut, Street Eagles, it's not worth mentioning a single one. What is worth mentioning: If you enjoy tunes rife with ferocity and furor, Honduran is right up your alley. If you like it grinding fast or methodically slow, then you're also happy at home with Honduran. Basically, Honduran has enough energy to power 10 city blocks, and light the torches of the mobs rioting on those blocks, too. ARIS WALES Also, read our article on VHÖL.