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Album Review

While the Victory label forged its reputation on super-fast, scalding thrash punk (such as the kind practiced by veterans Cause for Alarm and Warzone), Louisville, KY's Guilt's six untitled second-LP tracks stake out a totally different state — that buffer zone between punishing, rhythmic/primal post-punk and metal — if leaning more toward the latter. Even vocalist Duncan Barlow screams with ashen rage in that space between. Boasting a vicious rhythm section and an angry drive that threatens to melt down your stereo, Guilt is not the sort of music we recommend you give your beloved on Valentine's Day!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Guilt's impact and overall relevance went largely unrecognized during their six-year tenure as an intense and emotive über-indie-noise-metal-hardcore band. Their songs combined the best elements of several genres without sounding contrived, and managed to evoke soulful emotion and raise thought-provoking questions within the confines of a musical style typically confined to mundane "evil" topics and horror imagery. Guilt evolved from the band Stepdown, which formed in 1991 with former Endpoint drummer...
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