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Car Seat Headrest Responds to Sam Ray's Criticisms with Diss Track

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Car Seat Headrest Responds to Sam Ray's Criticisms with Diss Track

Yesterday, Sam Ray of Ricky Eat Acid and Teen Suicide wrote an essay criticizing Car Seat Headrest. Ray deemed the band’s music “thoroughly bland and lifeless,” and Car Seat Headrest vocalist Will Toledo caught wind of the situation.

In response, Toledo released a diss-rap track, titled “Stoney Bologne,” on SoundCloud. The song credits Ray as a featured guest. Toledo raps, under the stage name “Stoney Bologne,” about how bullies pushed him into pools and kicked his face. The track even features a heavy metal section, complete with a distorted guitar and Toledo rapping about how “Stoney’s got your back” if you get bullied in school.

Listen to the track below and take a look at Ray’s response to the song beneath that. Also, read more about Ray’s essay here.

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