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Love Is In the Missile

Atom Smash

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Album Review

A modern rock band built around Sergio Sanchez — the only member of the quintet minus a catch nickname apart from bassist Arnold Nesz — Atom Smash pretties up the sound of the ‘90s on their debut Love Is in the Missile. And this isn’t the gnarled grunge of the ‘90s, either — it’s the smoothed-out, beefed-up post-grunge that followed, anything that happened between Bush and Third Eye Blind. Atom Smash never gets as nimble as Stephan Jenkins’ crew (nor do they get as pretentious) but they surely are on the commercial side of things, singing about rocked worlds and lost loves. Paramore producer David Bendeth keeps the group from wallowing in nostalgia but the intent is to play to tweens and their moms.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Miami, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Florida-post grunge outfit Atom Smash play emotionally charged hard rock centered around the lead vocals of Sergio Sanchez. In 2006, Sanchez and songwriter/producer Paul Trust began working together on material. Two years later, they had added Austrian-born guitarist Alex "Z" Zilinksi and drummer Mark "Taco" Annino. Bassist Arnold Nese and guitarist Luke Rice followed suit and Atom Smash spent the better part of 2009 touring...
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Love Is In the Missile, Atom Smash
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative
  • Released: 27 August 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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