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Album Review

The nu-metal genre had become an awfully crowded place by the time 2002 rolled around, and new acts needed to have something that allowed them to stick out. Chicago's Five Pointe 0 comes off as being among the more melodramatic of their peers, including more established acts, giving the band's sound a more prominent Faith No More vibe that is helped along by expressive and substantial keyboard flourishes. In the band's favor, the relative artifice doesn't stop Untitled from being heavy, but it also doesn't fool the listener into thinking that there is anything on the debut that will stick in anyone's heads for any length of time. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

Customer Reviews

This albm rocks!

Very cool riffs. Singer is great. Songs are original and have some different sounds and arrangments. A great album from a band that I have not heard from in years.

Amazing!!!

Ive had this album forever, i still go back and listen to it on a regular basis. It's a shame the band didnt continue on. One of my favorite cd's in my collection.

The infinity is the best song ever

listen to it 3 times and it will be your favorite song and listen also to Dream Theater they are Awesome (dont be scared by their progressive style!)

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chicago rap metallist Five Pointe O consists of members Casey Mejia (keyboards), Daniel Struble (vocals), Eric Wood (guitars), Sean Pavey (bass), Sharon Grzelinski (guitars), and Tony Starcevich (drums). By 2001, the sextet had issued a pair of albums: a self-titled four-song EP and the full-length The Other Side, building up a following in the Midwest with their...
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