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Album Review

It appeared as though we had heard the last of seminal sludge rockers 16 after the release of 2002's Zoloft Smile, and for a perfectly good reason — the group had all but mysteriously vanished. But in 2009, the earth rumbled, and the massive plains parted and belched up another slab of 16, titled Bridges to Burn. Despite the long layoff between albums, the gentlemen — Chris Jerue (vocals), Bobby Ferry (guitar), Tony Baumeister (bass), and Jason Corley (drums) — can still come up with brutal metal grooves that crawl along and sound absolutely monstrous. You'll be hard pressed to find songs in the modern metal world that match the sheer mighty onslaught of such delightful ditties as "Throw in the Towel," "Skin & Bones," and "Thorn in Your Side," among others. Without question, Bridges to Burn is a 100-percent mega metal release.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A pioneering American sludge metal troupe based out of Los Angeles, California, 16 is credited with helping to shape the seismic hard rock subgenre alongside accordant extreme metal acts like Acid Bath, Eyehategod, and Crowbar. Founded in 1992 by Bobby Ferry (guitar), Cris Jerue (vocals), and Jason Corley (drums), the band issued its debut full-length album, Curves That Kick, in 1993 via hardcore punk/heavy metal scene maker Pushead's independent Bacteria Sour label. Citing a wide array of influences...
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