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The Catheters kick up quite the ruckus on Static Delusions and Stone-Still Days, their sophomore full-length. On the Seattle quartet's Sub Pop debut (after a self-titled release and handful of singles), the pace is fast, the volume is loud, and Brian Sandeford's throat-shredding vocals — reminiscent of Mark Arm back in his Green River days — are the epitome of urgency and attitude. That's the good news and the bad news: on one hand, the band couldn't rock harder if they tried; on the other, there's little difference between one track and the next. Not too surprisingly, the entire enterprise was recorded and mixed in one 36-hour session; little wonder it sounds like they didn't get the chance to take a breather. This unrelenting piledriver approach, leavened by little in the way of versatility or subtlety, leads to a claustrophobic sense of sameness, which is relieved only slightly by "Bleary Haze," where they turn things down a notch — but only a notch. Clearly, the Catheters have got the power and the energy to spare. By taking a few more risks in the future — plus time — they should be able to harness those virtues toward a more memorable result. ~ Kathleen C. Fennessy, Rovi


Formed: 1995 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Hailing from Seattle, the Catheters are comprised of members Brian Standeford (vocals, guitar), Derek Mason (guitar), Dave Brozowski (drums), and Leo Gebhart (bass). 1999 saw the release of their self-titled debut album, which the quartet supported by playing dates with the likes of the Murder City Devils and Mudhoney. In 2001 the group signed to the Sub Pop label, with producer John Goodmanson (Unwound, Blonde Redhead, Sleater Kinney)already on...
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