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Album Review

The story goes that Michigan's See You Next Tuesday had to record their debut effort, Parasite, twice, after the original files were lost to a studio computer hard drive crash. Anyone else smell a conspiracy here? Or perhaps said hard drive was simply unable to cope with the sheer "brootality" contained in the band's hyper-technical grindcore — a theory that's at least as plausible as suicidal ProTools software seeking to spare humanity from such eardrum debilitating music. That's grindcore for ya, and if these 14 hyper-blasts and occasional melodic experiments (see "Paraphilia") are anything to go by, See You Next Tuesday surely exemplify the genre's outermost avant-garde fringe in terms of controlled extremism. Armed with his Kramer guitars, whammy bars, and probably Floyd Rose tremolos, too, guitarist Drew Slavik attempts to inject an '80s shredding mentality into grind's uncompromising savagery; refusing to ever repeat the same riff twice, and thereby ensuring that See You Next Tuesday's songs always last less than two minutes, with very rare exceptions. Vocalist Chris Fox contributes both bowel-churning growls and incensed spazzed-out screams in the Mike Patton tradition, while the band's humorous song titles (e.g. "Good Christians Don't get Jiggy with It Till After Marriage," "Before I Die I'm Gonna F**k Me a Fish," etc.) make for sharp contrast against their devastating instrumental fury. As with most adventurous, technically proficient grindcore, the "noise or art" debate is very much a matter of personal taste, but there's no denying the forethought — insane and unjustifiable, though it may seem — underlying even the loopiest of these sonic outbursts.

Customer Reviews

Not worth the price

I still go to music stores and browse CDs so when I saw this album cover it really caught my eyes. The name of the band was also pretty cool so I blind bought the album for 26 bucks. Big mistake. The music isn't bad and the titles of the tunes are hillarious but do the math on the total length of this album before you decide to buy it. I think there is a grand total of 25 minutes worth of music and that to me is just a complete rip off. If i could go back and buy it from itunes for 9.99 i still wouldn't do it.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

See You Next Tuesday are a grindcore band from suburban Michigan playing what they like to call "brootal grind for brootal dudes." Comprised of vocalist Chris Fox, guitarist Drew Slavik, bassist Travis Martin, and drummer Andy Dalton, the quartet was founded for a laugh in 2004, but quickly built a serious following that led to an eventual...
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Parasite, See You Next Tuesday
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Apr 03, 2007

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