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Album Review

Flamethrower is at their best when channeling In My Head-era Black Flag: the thrashy and violent "Drowning and Empty," the ominous "Drop Out" (which maybe even has some vintage Descendents in there), "Mad," with it's Rollins-esque spoken word verses, and the aptly titled "Nervous Breakdown" (not a Black Flag cover, by the way). They're just not as strong as the Queens of the Stone Age with stoner rock ("Coked Up"), and the Supersuckers' cowpunk on the shallow and materialistic "I Want It All" just isn't up to the band's otherwise tremendous standards. It's a great album, for sure, but also one where Flamethrower works out their own unique sound, and they happen to do punk with a little metal mixed in better than vice versa. Give them a raucous punk rock anthem like "27," and they're unstoppable.


Genre: Alternative

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Like labelmates Zeke and Camarosmith, Flamethrower bring back hard rock -- the likes of everything from AC/DC to Monster Magnet -- with a vengeance. Taking the demonic aggression of Motorhead and fusing it with the dirty, garage punk riffs of the Supersuckers (and some of the dark vibes of Black Flag even), the band builds a down-home behemoth of metallic fury. The Seattle group formed in 2000 with Brian High on vocals and guitar, Yager on bass, Tony Rodriguez on drums and Chico King singing backup...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 14 April 2003

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