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May 2006
Released: 2005, Sick Music Records
Rating: 1.0/5
Reviewer: MetalChick

Reading about this band before listening, they’re described as one that "utilizes aggression and melody," and I’m all over that. I was profoundly disappointed once I listened. The band, and whoever wrote that, have no idea what melody is, and what one might call aggression is weak at best. There’s a strong stoner rock or doom metal feel with the boring groove, and on some of the songs, it sounds like it was recorded in someone’s garage or basement – very amateur.

The chanting vocals feel like they should all be dancing around a fire worshipping the god of drugs and death. The lyrics are laughable, which pains me to say because they are all supposed to be about the singer’s life of misfortunes, and I feel for the guy but if he really wants to convey his emotions he should learn to write things better than repeating endlessly "now I’m trippin’, now I’m high," and "just hang yourself to the bedpost." This is their debut album, and if they end up coming out with another, I pray I don’t have to subject my ears to whatever ‘melodic’ noises they throw on disc.
Track Listing

1. This World
2. Secret
3. You Could Be Mine
4. You
5. Hey Now
6. Bleed
7. Seattle
8. The One
9. Out of My Head


Travis - vocals/guitar
Nick - guitar
Paulo - bass
Raynal - drums

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