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CD REVIEW: Screwface (EP)
By Ben Ohmart - 05/21/2007 - 10:34 AM EDT

Artist: Screwface
Genre: Rock
CD Review:
Here's a little cd filled with big, loud music. 'Upside Down' began quiet, so I turned the volume on my computer up, then it blasted, and I turned it down a little. Hard, hard rock that is fine from a distance, but would probably be damn scary in the same room with said band and the _____s they attract. (Please fill in the blank with a very Positive noun, people.) Though all the songs merge for me, musically, these guys know guitars and aren't afraid to use them. I can't hear the lyrics half the time, but since you'll be banging your head against the wall and air and won't hear them anyway, what's the point? Point is: support hard indie and find a way of laying hands on this ep.

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