SIXER: Saving Grace: CD

Nov 24, 2009

Sixer chaotically create loud and lively blasts of stormin' streetscruff sonic subversion that's as rough, tough, and gruff as it gets! And "Saving Grace" is the life-altering audial equivalent of repeatedly smashing your skull with a jagged chunk of concrete: it causes the body to infectiously swell with thrashing spasms of throbbing urgency, and it overwhelmingly leaves an indelible long-term impression upon the receptory senses. The razor-slashed vocals, riot-chant choruses, and frenetically intense machinegun staccato instrumentation is raucously reminiscent of Rancid during their debut and "Let's Go" heyday (and toss in a mayhemic mixture of The Clash, Swingin' Utters, and Dropkick Murphys for tumultuously ear-toastin' good measure!). Yep, this is a blistering blitzkrieg of pure punkrock perseverance, and I wouldn't have it any other way...

 –guest (TKO)