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LANDMINE SPRING
ARE WE THE CULPRITS?
LOUSPEAKER

Landmine Spring took its name from a song by the New York post hardcore troupe Quicksand, and with good reason, as this English quartet's pummeling display of alternative metal mimics much of what was going on in NYC in the early '90s. Mixing garage, grunge, and hints of grind, Landmine Spring's 11-track ode to mayhem is jagged, unrefined, and above all, crushingly heavy, in an Anthrax meets Helmet sort of way. Rollicking riffs, thunderous rhythms, and a slight nu metal vocal attack that, unlike most of the generic stuff today, doesn't sound contrived or sophomoric, is what you should brace yourself for upon placing this disc in your CD.
www.landminespring.co.uk
- Mike SOS