“the instrumental rock quartet follows up its 2009 self-titled debut with an infinitely more accomplished collection of 6 shred-a-matic tracks straight out of "a barren wasteland floodplain" neighbourhood of Surrey,B.C Lead guitarist Louie Anyos bassist Darryl Greer drummer Pablo Stolowicz and percussionist Victor Escoto don't just make music to headbang along to while you are making your fingers bleed for all the air-guitaring.The band moves from Santana-on-overdrive style numbers such as "just anguish" and Al Dimela-ish speed demonizing of "Mystery Gristle" to the tongue -in-cheekery of the hilariously titled "Couldn't Stand the Weather Report Over the Misty Mountains."You can figure out all the references on your own. All i can say is that they certainly listened to and digested all and a whole lot more .Clearly, these guys know that you can only really pull off music like this is you have some sense of humour or risk becoming one of those G3 fans in the basement types GRADE B”

Stuart Derdeyn - The Province

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