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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.

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