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The band may look like young punks on the back of Healthy Manipulation, the debut from Clockwise; however, the music within is more straightforward rock, not too far sonically from the guitar-fueled styles of Collective Soul, though with a slightly more abrasive edge to it that growing up in the nu world will give a band. Clockwise never lacks for confidence, as each of the dozen tracks — whether it's the white-boy funk of "Ego," the Creed-like balladry of "Aware," or mid-tempo rockers such as "Open" and "Come Through" — is a slickly produced (courtesy of Andy Wallace) modern-day take on blues crunch that breaks no new ground, but shows a talented band who needs to write catchier songs before it gets past the "promising" label. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

In the late 90's, a small metal band from Las Vegas began garnering good reviews for their energetic live shows and hypnotic lead singer. The band was Clockwise, a savage group of hardcore-influenced musicians that included bassist Alfonso Bernal, drummer Dave McMahan, vocalist Austin Leduc, and guitarists Justin Pasquale and Scott Bears. Once known in the city for his vandalism more than his musical skills, Leduc became the center of attention when the band's high octane sound began catching on...
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