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Dog Day Sunrise
Released: 2001, Rut Records
Well, this was certainly a welcome surprise for my weary ears. After listening to far too much black and death metal lately Dog Day Sunrise was a refreshing jolt of pure metal/rock energy. DDS lay down some ass-swaying, ground-shaking groove metal that sounds like something the COC would have come out with if AMERICA’S VOLUME DEALER had been any good. Vocalist Matt Zurat especially reminds me of Pepper Keenan what with his slightly teched-sounding vocals (not saying that they are, they just kinda sound that way). Indeed, this is almost like a less sludgy WISEBLOOD spinnin’ in my player.
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