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Album Review

Nothing warms the earholes like a seemingly endless avalanche of white noise, which is precisely how Part Chimp kick things off on their 2005 sophomore full-length, I Am Come. Comparable to a jam session between Sonic Youth (especially the guitar work) and Lightning Bolt (the high volume and drum bashing), these U.K. noise mongers obviously enjoy pushing sonics to the max. Rising from the ashes of an obscure band, Ligament, the group has earned quite a few accolades back home (including the praise of Kerrang magazine), has performed on a John Peel BBC session and XFM radio, and was signed by Mogwai's label, Rock Action. But I Am Come shows that there is more here than just mere hype. A constant onslaught from beginning to end, standouts include "War Machine," "Punishment Ride," and "30,000 People," the latter of which is best described as if the aforementioned Sonic Youth were fronted by a hardcore barker. I Am Come sure doesn't fit on MTV's TRL, and that's precisely its endearing quality.

Biography

Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Noisy, distorted, and loud are three words that have become synonymous with South London's Part Chimp. Formed in 2000 by Tim Cedar (vocals and guitar), Jon Hamilton (drums), and Nick Prior (bass) out of the ashes of short lived indie-rock outfit Ligament, the band set about playing their first shows in the December of that year and bolstered their distortion-drenched sound with the addition of guitarist Iain Hinchliffe. A support...
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