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LOWSIDE

Lowside

(Independent)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 7.5

Former LILLIAN AXE vocalist Ron Taylor and guitarist Darrin Delatte continue carrying the torch for melodic modern rock with new band LOWSIDE. On its self-titled debut release, the duo, joined by Craig Cowsert and Mel Bittick, play a similar style to their former band consisting of lush harmonies, huge melodies and catchy choruses. The riffs slice through like a brand new Gillette Mach 3 Turbo and the tunes possess elements of grunge and alt metal similar to bands such as ALICE IN CHAINS and SEVENDUST. All 11 tracks are constructed of tough riffs with a groove-based swagger and huge swaths of melody. CD opener “Here and Now” is a typical modern-day rock song with crunchy riffs, pinched harmonics and mammoth-layered vocal harmonies. More crunchy riffs follow on songs “Fear For You,” “Good Reason” and “Of This Earth.” This is a mighty fine first effort from the boys. You’d be forgiven if at first thought that Lowside’s songs might suffer from the absence of former bandmate Steve Blaze’s brilliant songwriting prowess, but the band turns in a fine first effort nonetheless.



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