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Chemlab
Suture (Invisible Records)

By: Alex Steininger

Jared Louche and company are back with a re-mix album, Suture. Just like you'd expect from Chemlab, Suture is hard, penetrating, and aggressive. The hardcore-industrial gone metal crunch of the band comes alive with fiery percussion and drum programming mixed with shattering vocals and a fist-packing, steel-toed shoes wearing combination of buzzsaw guitars and loud bursts of fury as only Chemlab could do. This album is intense from start to finish. Running down anything in its way, Chemlab makes modern "hard core" (aka bad rap-metal and glossy so-called metal bands the 14 years hear on MTV) look like pansy-ass shit that should share the stage with Britney Spears and not with bands of Chemlab's ilk. I'll give it an A.
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