To Walk A Middle Course (Prosthetic Records 2005)

album review

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Taking cues from the likes of Kyuss, and later more Sabbathy Black Flag and a dirtier version of Queens of the Stone Age, Kylesa come with some pretty decent thrash, sludge, and groove oriented riffs. Firing off with both male and female lead vocals it adds a nice change of pace to the dominated aggro lyrics out there today. I wouldn't say Kylesa has put out the most moving album, and with the current trend of mosh mosh chug chug power chords I'm sure they're about to get lost in the heap.

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Reviewed by: Godawfulcommiepigfuckingbastards

AbsolutMetal �2005