But I must say, '70's NYC punk influence is alive and well, still pulsing through the veins of SONNY VINCENT's work. Songs "Jealousy," "Supernova," and "Corner Stone" are as good as anything the TESTORS could dish out. Vincent's voice still as snotty and raw as it was in his twenties. Solid hooks, fast and anxious delivery - it's good.
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This record alternates between lurching, tectonic AmRep power-slude, and kinetic, direct, hardcore punk – often within the same song. Vocals are up-front and in your face, channeling Henry Rollins, mostly Damaged era, but with elements of the first ROLLINS BAND LP. This is not a bad thing. The guitarist is a little more experimental with effects than on your typical hardcore record, giving this a slight psychedelic flair. Good stuff, hope to hear more. (AM)