In Due Time - Back To Basics

Thursday 1st July 2004
In Due Time - Back To Basics
In Due Time - Back To Basics

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Strikefirst SFR005
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by Ben Lilford

Ah, the clang of guitars, the crash of drums, I always find hardcore refreshingly different to listen to. The idea of Christian hardcore is a vitally important one, since secular hardcore tends to lean heavily towards the Satanic. IDT's Chase Covington has some great guitar riffs going on and the band's music as a whole is really powerful and actually quite melodic. Sometimes I found the prose and delivery a little too obvious but then hardcore doesn't leave you a lot of room to maneuver lyrically. This is a really strong debut album, fast paced, melodic and to the point.

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1. Back To Basics [Listen]
2. Bring The Pain [Listen]
3. Hugs And Handshakes [Listen]

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