deer tick review

Online indie rock magazine Pitchfork, purveyor of hipster cred and maker/breaker of bands, gave Deer Tick's The Black Dirt Sessions a middling review. Pitchfork's Zach Kelley assigned the album a 5.6, not too bad, but not great either.

In an epic nose-thumbing, Deer Tick posted a review of Zach Kelley's review on their Facebook page, which plays on the stereotype of critics as basement-dwelling nerds who, because they have no talent, make a living tearing down the hard work of others. Click through to see it.

[Ed. note: For those at work, we censored some mild language above, but it is uncensored after the break.]