‘Sup, people? So, we are pretty fucking huge now, because we got reviewed in a heavy metal magazine. Actually, to be totally honest, we didn’t even know there were any heavy metal magazines left, as the last issue we read was the Kerrang with Blackie Lawless on the cover, but hey – we’ll take it. The review is in the August issue of Decibel Magazine in a section of reviews for crappy demos and shit they don’t consider to be real records. Called “Throw Me A Frickin’ Bone!” – yeah… i don’t get it, either.
Wow, NWOBHM from SF! It’s weird to hear time-machine music executed with this degree of authenticity. The riffs are rough and ready; the vocals are rough and sometimes unready. But mostly it’s hot rockin’ times from dudes who appreciate the art of the harmony lead.
so… other than getting the title of the album wrong (the joke doesn’t work without the “First” part…) and then sort of back-hand dissing my awesomely raw and emotional vocal performances, we’ll claim victory. The dude who wrote it was also cool enough to post all the bands on his blog, Invisible Oranges, so check that out.