is a trio of rockers that hail from the Northwest, Portland
specifically, and their sound is prototypical grunge—crunching
guitars, strong vocal pipes and unpredictable time signatures.
The production on this recording is a little flat, giving
the album a gritty feel. Some songs veer towards a prog rock
bent; it seems this band’s influences are a plenty.
songs and musicianship should pass muster, however, even
among discerning ears. And though much of their sound echo’s that of late 90’s Seattle’s
finest, the 13 tracks on Stillpoint flow one song to the
next with enough variation and originality to carry a listener
through the entire album.
Track: Track 13, “The Grey State”
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