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Album Review

From the heart of Jersey City, NJ, Rye Coalition are a fierce musical presence, and their debut full-length is a ragingly fitting introduction to the quartet's dissonant experiments. With the sonic urgency of Shellac and singer Ralph Cuseglio's tireless screamed ranting, Rye is an unrelenting assault on the ears, but for those who think they can handle it, Hee Saw Dhuh Kaet is also a fantastically strong experience. With plenty of humor injected into tracks like "The Higher the Hair the Closer to God" or "F*****g With Beautiful Posture," the band makes it clear that they don't take things too seriously, but like all of Steve Albini's similar-minded and -sounding projects, the laughs only make the distorted and dissonant rock more brutal and effective. The guitars either wail with confused abandon or attack with huge chunky chords, and while the sound is often confused, it is always with a strong sense of purpose. Like a glimpse into the mindset of dangerous madman, Rye is both fascinating and aggressive, but they must be heard to be understood. Their first batch of singles established a unique sound, but this full-length shows their more focused direction and amidst all the chaos there are some really amazing songs. ~ Peter J. D'Angelo, Rovi


Formed: 1994

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Childhood friends Ralph Cuseglio (vocals) and Jon Gonnelli (guitar) yearned to play rock music and at the helm of grunge, the two formed Rye Coalition. David Leto joined in to play drums and brought along his childhood mate, Justin Morey, to play bass. A dynamic within the group was tight, while Herb Wiley was added to make it a sure fit. The members of Rye Coalition were barely 20 when they issued their five-song demo, The Dancing Man, in 1994. A few shows in and around their native New York sparked...
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