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PSYCHOTHERMIA

Fall To The Rising Sun

(Independent)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 8.0

San Diego modern metal foursome PSYCHOTHERMIA have just self-released its 12-song full-length debut, Fall to the Rising Sun. There’s an undeniable merging of genres that gives the band a dark yet accessible and almost radio-friendly quality as bands such as RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, TOOL and DISTURBED. Johan Maldonado’s vocals is one of the biggest charms and he’s clearly the mastermind behind the band’s songs, which are loaded with fuzzy, down-tuned guitar riffs. The mood, atmosphere and melodies are captured well within each song. “Slash & Burn” is a SLIPKNOT-inspired tune decorated with a lone acoustic guitar and gripping vocal harmonies. The creeping melodies and Tool-ish harmonies of “Don’t Look Back” sink into your head. On “Here’s to the Angels,” the band’s inner Disturbed and KORN influences rear its ugly head with a slightly rap-ish, nü metal flavor. The album drags a little bit toward the end, starting with the slower “Orlando,” but it picks back up on CD closer “The Fight” with its Rage Against The Machine meets JANES ADDICTION vibe. Fall to the Rising Sun is a decent album with some great experimentation worthy of your time.



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