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The Darker Side of Nonsense

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Dry Kill Logic make some thoroughly aggressive music intended to entertain the listener and hopefully make them move around in the process. The songs contained within The Darker Side of Nonsense don't just rock, they bludgeon the listener like a frozen leg of beef to the skull. From the violent chorus of the album's opening track, where vocalist Cliff Rigano offers the mathematical equation "Me + You = Nightmare!" to the frenetic sway of "Rot," prepare yourself for a roller coaster ride into mayhem. While some may be eager to dismiss Dry Kill Logic as a less complex Mudvayne, most will find The Darker Side of Nonsense a solid album of modern heavy rock. Rigano's lyrics are full of easily identifiable themes, such as the darker side of relationships ("Pain," "Nothing"), coping with stress ("Weight"), and having to deal with those who are full of themselves ("A Better Man Than Me"). Dry Kill Logic put their best foot forward on The Darker Side of Nonsense, an album that succeeds in bringing out the inner frustration inside us all. ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Originally formed in Westchester, NY, in 1995, Dry Kill Logic (singer Cliff Rigano, guitarist Scott Thompson, bassist Dave Kowatch, and drummer Phil Arcuri) is comparable to such extreme metallic outfits as Pantera, Sepultura, and Fear Factory. Two years after their formation, Dry Kill Logic issued their first EP, Cause Moshing is Good Fun, on their own label, Psychodrama Records. In July of 1998, the quartet re-entered the studio to record its first full-length album, Elemental Evil, which lead...
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