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Album Review

Despite its title, Hail Unamerican!, the 11-song debut album by rising San Diego metalcore-punk quartet Underminded, is largely apolitical and deeply seated in the same American movement that spawned similar bands like Atreyu and Thrice. And come to think of it, the band's guitar assault frequently resembles the latter, specifically on the incendiary "This Inquisition." If the apocalyptic, thrash-happy scorcher "Burn the Metropolis" — replete with a fat-bottomed thump, chaotic chants, and a feral breakdown — or the maniacal screams of "It's Kinda Like a Bodybag" don't grab you by the jugular, perhaps nothing will. Vocalist Nick Martin typically forgoes melody in favor of the raw aggression he best documents on the mind-blowing experimental opener, "Pablo Escobar's Secret Stash: Revisited." Hail Unamerican! is definitely not for the timid, but fans of bands like Alexisonfire, Darkest Hour, or the aforementioned Thrice should like it just the same. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi


Formed: San Diego, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

San Diego, CA's Underminded was formed in 1999 by Catholic school classmates Nick Martin (vocals) and Matt Johnson (guitar), who felt the influence of local bands like Rocket from the Crypt and Drive Like Jehu during their formative years, leading up to 2004's debut album, Hail Unamerican! By then, the quartet was rounded out by bassist Brandon Caldwell and drummer Tanner Wayne, and spent the next two years touring both on their...
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