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Great debut cd for the new singer - 80%

Thrash_Till_Death, September 24th, 2002

If you weren't aware, Pissing Razors old singer, Joe, left after their third cd fields of disbelief. In my eyes and many other fans, Fields of Disbelief was considered somewhat of a weak cd. Well the doubters should stop worrying, as the band has pulled off a vocalist change very well and put out what could be called their best cd.

This is really an awesome cd. The bands sound is pretty much the same as always, but its a little more focused this time. Singer Jason Bragg can pull of a sound pretty similar to Joe, but unique enough that it doesn't sound like he is copying him. A good example of this is track 3, I've Tried.

The cd speeds along for the most part, with the majority of the songs being the usual fast paced Pissing Razors style, but still can't touch my two fave PR songs, which are Dodging Bullets and Life of a Lunatic. A few songs slow the pace down a bit, but not drastically. One thing that sort of annoyed me is a few songs start with double bass intros and in the song Keep to Myself, it sounds exactly like Fear Factory does on digimortal. Thats really not much of a complait, but its just something that bugs me. Aside from that, this is a really awesome 36 minutes of headbanging music.