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Suicide Note
Too Sick To Dance (Ferret)

By: Mike SOS

Suicide Note is a strange yet captivating 14-track release. Sometimes, they sound like a freaked-out jazz band, thanks in part to guitarist Jay Golday's pursuit for a master's degree in jazz music. Other times, they are captured as the foremost advocates for disjointed hardcore like Every Time I Die and Black Cross, complete with angular riffs and manic fits of screaming grabbing you by the throat. The quartet's latest effort is not going to be understood by a good portion of hardcore people, yet the band still radiates the immediacy of the genre like Minor Threat and Fugazi, which along side the band's left-of-center influences, leads you down uncharted musical territories. If you're up for a musical adventure, Too Sick To Dance is as thrilling as it gets.
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