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8/10 Andy Customer review, 14th August 2014
I like Canada, I really do. I know they gave us Bieber and Nickelback and those obnoxious canadian pharmacy spam emails, but they gave us good things too. Tegan and Sara, canadian bacon, Rush and so on and so forth. Now add to that hardcore-punk trio Nu Sensae and you’ve got a well rounded list.
I know the word “punk” tends to get thrown around a lot but it definitely applies here. Everything from the band’s alternation of screams and droning vocals in tracks like “100 Shades”, “Burnt Masks” and “Curdle The Cream” to the blistering percussion through just about every track reeks of it. And just with any trio the bass can make a significant difference – just listen to “Tyjna” and try to imagine it without that rumbling intro riff.
There are a few slower moments though. Songs like “Tea Swamp Park” are short and sweet and give you a moment to catch your breath. Aside from “100 Shades” there are a few more strong tracks that are worth a listen. Both “Spit Gifting” (because of it’s clever guitar work) and the five minute closer “Eat Your Mind” are repeat worthy.
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