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Mighty Sideshow
The Intro
June 2001
Released: 2000, Nightmare Records
Rating: 3.0/5
Reviewer: Pete

Hailing from Chatanoga, Tenessee, Mighty Sideshow are a 4 piece that have originated since 1998. As for the music, I wouldn't call it heavy metal. They tend to remind me of a grittier, heavier version of Stone Temple Pilots from their Core-era. And that ain't half bad, considering all the mallcore crap out their these days.



Opener "Throwing Rocks" and "Bleed" have an Alice In Chains-like feel, while tracks "Karma" and "Down" are fine examples of hard rock in the new millennium. Great vocal harmonies, chunky riffs, good production, everything a band could ask for on their 1st full-length cd. If you're into STP, Creed, Alice In Chains or like today's brand of hard rock ,then this cd is one for you to check out.



You can find more at their website: http://www.mightysideshow.com
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