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Memory Rendered Visible
     

Memory Rendered Visible

by Both Worlds
 
Ex-Cro-Mags singer John Joseph has finally returned, with a new outfit called Both Worlds. By combining the Mags' unrefined, pissed-off sound with a state-of-the-art production on "Memory Rendered Visible," and the time may just be right for this new band. The songs have an energized,

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Ex-Cro-Mags singer John Joseph has finally returned, with a new outfit called Both Worlds. By combining the Mags' unrefined, pissed-off sound with a state-of-the-art production on "Memory Rendered Visible," and the time may just be right for this new band. The songs have an energized, raucous sound throughout, often fooling the listener into believing that the band is about to veer off course, which surprisingly never happens. Kicking things off with the Quicksand-sounding "Cornered," Both Worlds pummels the listener with a barrage of heavy, discordant guitar riffs (courtesy of guitarist A.J. Novello), but then take an unexpected melodic turn on "Hate Mantra." The band keeps indulgence to an absolute minimum, as they bash and grind through such highlights as "Space Junkies," "Mode of Ignorance," "Karma Inc.," and "Inner Outlet." Joseph has said that Both Worlds material requires more thought for the listener, while the Cro-Mags were more about straightforward bashing. After hearing Memory Rendered Visible, chances are you'll undoubtedly agree.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/05/1998
Label:
Roadrunner Records
UPC:
0016861875022
catalogNumber:
8750

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