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Stereo Fuse
All That Remains
Toucan Cove Entertainment

Stereo Fuse lives up to their name on their album All That Remains, although blown stereo fuses might need replacing if you’re not careful with the volume dial.  The intensity level fluctuates, but songs like the opening “Run and Hide” grind heavy metal axes and produce thunderous rhythms from the first note. 

Taken individually, the songs are pretty strong.  Colin Hill has a strong set of pipes, which he wields judiciously, and the musicianship of his bandmates is solid.  The songs are quite derivative, however, and as the album progresses, they resemble a rubber-stamped form of grunge pop. 

Favorite Track: Track 1, “Run and Hide”

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