Luti-Kriss - Throwing Myself

Sunday 1st July 2001
Luti-Kriss - Throwing Myself
Luti-Kriss - Throwing Myself

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Solid State TND1171
RRP: £0.99

Reviewed by Graham Jovanovic

Distorted guitars ricochet in grunge-driven wall of sound that envelops a snarling vocal in a fully thrashed out intensity that uncompromisingly assaults your hi-fi system. This dark underworld of heavy sonic terrain overpowers a barely recognisable vocal in a pummelling onslaught, which will get the adrenaline pumping in a powerhouse of deranged brilliance. By thrash standards this Seattle catharsis is razor sharp and surprisingly inventive in particular with "Lightblue Collar" sampling a police siren to chaotic effect. This violent music may also continue the debate as to the suitability of this aggressive style for a Christian audience but nevertheless is executed with "in your face" conviction for their own hardcore audience.

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