Injury Loves Melody


Diffuser is some good stuff. Powerful guitar parts, strong vocals, everything you need to sound good for a rock band. I would compare Diffuser to Jimmy Eat World and The Foo Fighters, with maybe just a little bit of Britpop mixed in as well. The best tracks on the record are “Tidal,” “Karma,” and “I Am.” I think with all the bands out there now that are trying to sound like Korn, we need more bands like Diffuser. Just power-pop rock groups that write well-constructed songs. That is just my humble opinion, anyway. If we used a rating system, this would be 5 stars, or two thumbs up, or however the guys in the big leagues say it.

Hollywood Records, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521

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