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Album Review

Glasseater has everything — a big, dense, noisy sound that hides a sweet and chewy center beneath its crunchy exterior; tight and thrilling vocal harmonies; lyrics that aren't embarrassing at all; and some guy screaming in a hoarse roar every so often in the background. OK, so everything's not perfect. The fact is, it's about time for them to lose the screaming schtick. It's not adding anything anymore; it sounds tacked onto the band's beautifully sculpted melodic noise like an afterthought. Screaming is good, but it's kind of like peanut butter — just because you have some on hand doesn't mean you need to throw it into every recipe you make. Even with the unnecessary yelling, though, this is a very consistently enjoyable album. Particular highlights include the headlong complexity of "Shortcut for a Quick Getaway," and a glorious welter of lyrical cheerleading and multi-guitar heaviosity called "From Cradle to Grave." And the CD comes with CD-ROM content that includes a video for "At Your Own Risk," interview footage, an in-studio documentary, and a link to a "secret website." Recommended.


Formed: 1998 in Miami, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Influenced by crude rock & roll rhythms and fierce picks of pop-punk, Glasseater displays their own vision of dynamic and raw punk style. Assembling in 1998, in Miami, FL, the band first relied on the efforts of a duo, J.C. (guitar) and Julio C. Marin (drums). After rehearsing for several times and writing several songs, the two-team was joined by Ariel Arro (guitar) and by Willy (bass), shortly before the addition of Jason Calleiro (vocals). Before entering their first tour, Willy decided to part...
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