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by spineCar

Post modern avant-alternative aggro-metal with honest emotion and pure bleeding energy. Superb musicianship and production in this latest release by the northeast U.S. industrial metal trio - spineCar.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Home
3:51 $0.99
2. Stay
5:10 $0.99
3. Soul Patch
4:36 $0.99
4. Autophile
7:42 $0.99
5. Falling Out
3:50 $0.99
6. Religious
5:32 $0.99
7. Can't Sleep
3:58 $0.99
8. Push
3:57 $0.99
9. Muse
6:39 $0.99
10. Sanchez
4:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
Low Groove Oriented Heavy Rock/ Alternative Metal with jazz and hardcore influences. Odd pulsing semi-industrial rhythms heavy with percussive bass and aggressive, harmonically dissonant guitars and searing, emotional vocals.

Artist history:
Spawned in upstate New York in 1995, SpineCar continues to grow and reach forward in their sonic and heavy sound exploration. Tours and dates lately are mostly through Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the rest of the Northeast quadrant. After their third full length CD "Up From The Mud" defaced 1999's soundscape,,another smash recording is released featuring more of this amazing avant-alternative metal trio,, a definite ride further out into the whatnot.

For the past six years, spineCar's fluid has soaked the roadways from Boston to Philadelphia, Buffalo, New York City and back again; quickly expanding their fan-base throughout the northeast quadrant in preparation for world musical dominance. The third album, Autophile - a sonic exploration of the outer limits of intensity and rhythm - is here at cdbaby.com!!

Group members
Eric Braymer (vocals,guitar,programming) Larry Gagliardi (bass, vocals) Art Bernstein (drums)



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Metroland Newsweekly , Albany, Ny

Boy, other than to say "this is a really, really good record" or "this band rock
autophile (Spaceboy Entertainment)

Boy, other than to say "this is a really, really good record" or "this band rocks hard," it's pretty darn tough to get your hands far enough around autophile to be able to stylistically summarize it. I mean, just listen to the first three songs: "Home" grinds along in a disturbing aural groove similar to that etched by Korn on their influential "Ball Tongue;" "Stay" wouldn't feel out of place when pressed up against some great stoner rock classic from Kyuss; and "Soul Patch" could almost be a (great) lost Soundgarden track. Ain't too many metal heads that can evoke that many stylistic touch points over the course of thirteen minutes of music . . . and when you note that there's another 36 minutes to go after those first three songs, well, you can imagine the dilemma that a 250-word record review poses.

So let's just boil it down to those basic introductory points again, shall we? autophile is a really, really good record, and Spinecar is a band that rocks hard--not to mention smart, and that's worth a lot in a world of dumb Korn, Kyuss and Soundgarden imitators. Singer-guitarist Eric Braymer, bassist-vocalist Larry Gagliardi and drummer Art Bernstein deserve rich credit for thoughtfully mapping the point where those bands--and dozens of others--intersect, creating a unique and impressive sound of their own in the process. And the nicest thing about the musical place where they end up is that it's radio ready as all get out, proving that you don't have to dive for the lowest common denominator in order to create art with broad popular appeal. That makes spineCar a band worth pulling for. Go!

Copyright 2002: J. Eric Smith.