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Law Of Inertia

Aggressive, scream your head off hardcore splits out through the speakers. Strong guitars and tight edge rhythms catch me, and the angered whine of the vocals fails to distract me from the sonic onslaught… almost. The third song starts out with a more mellow flow, that high and winding guitar twist that shoots emotive spikes through you, and the vocals cut in only to bring you down. Sometimes I catch hints of early Die Kruezen… but just the slightest taste, and it makes me want to go pull out Century Days again. Sometimes I wonder if these bands know their history…

Law Of Inertia Records, 61 E. 8th St. PMB # 125, New York, NY 10003, http://www.lawofinertia.com


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