1. Chip On My Shoulder 2. Broken Neven Hopeless 3. Day In Day Out 4. Everything I Used To Be 5. No Place To Call Home
These guys have their shit together with the kind of speed and intensity of the best old-school thrashers. It wouldn't be a stretch to compare the bashing to early Anthrax with the guitars super tight and charging like freaks in a madhouse behind the pounding drums. The vocals are rough hardcore style though and I have no idea what was said other than a few "fucks" here and there. With 5 songs at a total of 7:59 left, I don't if this was a sampler or if not, but it's tight and there's no bullshit. It's just over before you know it and so is this review.
About this Writer: Frank Hill // Frank Hill has been at this site since its slimy, crying birth in '03. He was born on National Metal Day--11/11 and will turn his hearing aids up to 11 when he's 111. He secretly listens to a lot of old Country and Doo-Wop tunes and wants to start a cyberband with lead vocals by Robot Plant. He is still trying to figure out what Judas Priest meant by "paratamize you". If you read this, then he salutes you.
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