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Album Review

After being dropped from Sanctuary Records in the wake of a lukewarmly received debut, Dust to Dust didn't call it quits. Instead, the Brooklyn group rallied through the adversity and created its own imprint, distributed through The Music Cartel, for Sick. The disc sees the band sounding more like Sevendust, most notably with the vocals of Rob Traynor that emulate the soulful yet severe style of Lajon Witherspoon, but at the same time you can inarguably hear post-Alice in Chains dynamics at work, whether on uptempo cuts such as "Think About It" or the harmonized vocals of "High," a power ballad with the emphasis on power. Despite these influences worn on their sleeves, the sophomore outing is a powerful statement for a couple of reasons. The influx of hip-hop rhythms that many of the band's peers succumbed to is nowhere to be found, replaced by percussion that actually rocks instead of struts. Such a return to metallic basics allows the riffs — even the well-worn ones — to breathe instead of fighting ostentatious offbeats, and it makes Sick heavier than some other discs that benefit from louder, grittier production. You can tell that Dust to Dust didn't put Sick out for any other reason than unfinished business, but the disc isn't desperate; it's a self-assured and confident outing from a band with nothing to lose. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

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Dust to dust is one of those bands i was sad to see fade away. Rob Traynor is now thankfully makeing music again with his new band Black Water Rising. Sick is a must have!


A must have cd, it's a true rock album from beginning to end. Rob Traynor (vocalist) did an amazing job doing everything on this album by himself besides being the drummer.


What the frick man... of all the time I had looked for this fricken cd, iTunes finally fricken' puts on here. 5 fricken' months I had looked for this fricken' cd...AND NOW IT'S HERE!!! What the frick! Ahhhhhohohooooh! Frick, frick, frrrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiick!

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