The Father Panic Riot Orchestra
Death Of The Last New Beginning
8/29/2005 - Review by: Eric Compton
The Father Panic Riot Orchestra - Death Of The Last New Beginning - 2004 - Self Released
First cut "Drowning In The Wishing Well" goes down several different avenues, using everything from Pantera's southern drawl to Crowbar's mean street wails in an attempt to create the most hostile atmosphere. The band uses modern groove based elements to advance into the aggressive realms. Vocalist Tom is a fairly good vocalist, mixing in clean vocals with a deep death sound. The track ends with some surprising keyboard touches. Second cut "Life And The Art Of Losing It" starts with a spoken passage before going into the same sort of city section as the first cut. Fast doubles from Jon and an intense bass sound from Mark keep everything firmly planted in the intense garden. Closer "Cinder Block Dodge Ball" is a funny little tale that starts with some witty dialogue before exploding into a Skinlab chemistry exam.
Bottom Line - For fans of Pantera, DevilDriver, Skinlab, and Sepultura.
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