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No Warning
Suffer Survive (Machine Shop)

By: Mike SOS

OK, so Canada's No Warning has shed its tough guy shell and sounds a lot like a cross between fellow countrymen Sum 41 and Linkin Park than the ultraviolent and angry band everyone used to love. Are the boys cashing in or exploring new ground? Hard to tell, but they still hit a million times harder than any of the nu metal waste sucking up radio airplay. While the good old NYHC stomp is less apparent than previous offerings, tracks like "Modern Eyes" could still incite a riot, while "Live Through Me" sounds a lot like Hazen Street. Longtime fans will be sickened by the vocals and most likely will dispose of SUFFER SURVIVE instantaneously, but the ones that stick around, as well as this year's crop of new ears, may be able to find some solace in a band that hits harder than 90% of the bands in the scene today and still employs a strong vocal melody.
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