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“ When you listen to a lot of modern metal, you tend to have trouble differentiating one album from the next. Overuse of the screamed verse and the pretty boy sung chorus, THAT one breakdown (you know which one I'm talking about, bro), and the same four or five blatantly plagiarized At the Gates riffs leave you adrift in the primordial sea of mediocrity. Luckily, Tucson's Lethal Dosage found a way to circumvent this hazard to navigation and sail out into open waters. While by no means groundbreaking, their debut album is no small fish either. From the instrumental opening track to the piano driven outro, you are treated to a lean but meaty treat of groove and aggression. You hear that modern metal sound, but grittier and stripped down, with some thrash and death metal highlights thrown in for good measure. ”