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Album Review

Long Island, NY has always had a soft spot for heavy metal and hardcore, but what about bands that specialize in complex freakout assaults, à la the Dillinger Escape Plan? Not many had surfaced, until Car Bomb came merrily rolling along. The quartet's 2007 release, Centralia, comes off like one big sonic landmine — few bits to hum along to, but plenty of stop/start rhythms and vocal vomiting to go around. While the tracks often begin differently, it's only a matter of time until it all collapses into the same tar pit trap of math noise. Take your pick of any of the album's 11 tracks — after a while, it all bloody sounds the same.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Rockville Centre, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Combining the punishing guitars and muscular rhythm of extreme metal with a twisted sense of humor and stop-on-a-dime dynamic and tempo shifts, Car Bomb are one band unafraid to take rock at its hardest into new and unexpected directions. Car Bomb came together from two bands that shared the same rehearsal space in Rockville Center, NY, Neck and Spooge. Neck's guitarist Greg Kubacki and singer Michael Dafferner were playing hardcore metal but were interested in moving into a more progressive direction...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 06 February 2007

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