RADIATION SICKNESS (U.S.) “Reflections of a Psychotic Past” CD review by Aristocrazia Webzine

RADIATION SICKNESS (U.S.) “Reflections of a Psychotic Past” CD review by Aristocrazia Webzine

By Mourning

The reasons for which a band decides to discontinue the business for two decades and then suddenly reborn and finally debut are possible: sometimes it is only the desire to play, others lead to the conclusion speeches undertaken and never really realized, others thought that the time is right. Which of these reasons, or a different one, may have pushed the Radiation Sickness to return to life does not matter, finally after having produced two demos, two p and two split up in 1990, has been churned out a first album that provides the new material and the old re-recorded. The tracks from the number eight until the nineteen originally belong to the second ep “The Other Me – A Journey Into Insanity”, let’s see how putting the situation. ‘s line up now consists of Doug Palmer on vocals, Tom Ball on guitar and backing vocals, Mike Herald to beat the skins and Byron Holton on bass. The boys have decided not to look ahead for any reason, the proposal retro, retro attitude, from where they left off back on, so they make a clear distinction between the material produced odiernamente and what is the past “repainted” for the occasion is useless, and so the only solution. pressure, the genuine instinct, elementary and sometimes even a little ‘scontatella tracks in more than one occasion seem to be saying “we are here to play what we like, nothing more “. The names that rotate as influence to bring in for the most part are death Napalm Death, Autopsy (it is clear the reference to “Tripping On The Seas Of Madness”) but it is not the only death the territory explored, we find in most tracklist a song that could be part of, and more, out of which monicker DRI and Cryptic Slaughter, and I quote “Demented Love Song.” In the second part, however, more than one title has that kind of impression, as this would be a strangely Stooges rocking style that makes its way through a series of riffs and starts merciless in “Escape To Insanity.” We’re probably out of time. In what way? Released twenty years ago, “Reflections Of A Psychotic Past” would have had a greater exposure at this time seems to be rather more than before the nth discrete “operation nostalgia” that you put on the stereo godendotela but from which come attracted to ‘ moment and then forget about it shortly after, due to the countless number of similar proposals circulating in the revival. Certainly, this is not just that we talk about revival, date of birth registry is in favor of Radiation Sickness, pleasure-even if the result slightly above average is instead just a taste of what could be achieved in the future, then we’ll see what they will be able to offer. For now recommend the possible purchase of “Reflections Of A Psychotic Past” exclusively to users of obsessive-compulsive album of similar mold, make available to the remaining hearing and ponderino to do.

This review was originally written in Italian and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Italian click the link below.

Review link: http://aristocraziawebzine.blogspot.com/2012/12/radiation-sickness-reflections-of.html

Radiation Sickness links:

Booking Agent: indycardoug38@yahoo.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/RadiationDoug

Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/radiationdoug

Last fm: www.last.fm/music/Radiation+Sickness

Abyss Records links:

Label & Online Music Store: www.officialabyssrecords.com

Myspace: www.myspace.com/abyssrecordsofficial

Facebook: www.facebook.com/OfficialAbyssRecords

Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/label/abyssrecords

Last fm: www.last.fm/label/AbyssRecords

Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/MinionfortheAbyss

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbyssRecords

To purchase RADIATION SICKNESS “Reflections of a Psychotic Past” CD and other RADIATION SICKNESS merchandise go to: www.officialabyssrecords.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=radiation+sickness


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