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Power and Pulls,
This review is from: Relationship Of Command (Audio CD)
The surge of power that runs through these compositions is remarkable. Set to explode, the band maintain such an intense level of energy that it
With the aid of none other than Iggy Pop, on the song `Rolodex Propaganda', it is surely to attract attention and also serves as a slap in the face that pulls back the attention.
But the stomping, destructive sound of every song - every chanted vocal line - means that things mush easily. All apart from `Non-Zero Possibility' follow a distinct pattern of gut-wrenching screams and full-on drums, slamming bass and fierce guitars. Critically, they are questionably insubstantial, but are honestly good `trashing' music.
Pure power surges through the recording, driving it on in with adrenaline until the very end. Along with bands such as ...Trail Of Dead, these guys will set the way for their genre. They're the epitome of an aggressive musical assault on the senses, but this album sadly doesn't demand to be played regularly.