Superjoint Ritual

A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred (Sanctuary 2003)

album review

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Superjoint's 2nd offering delivers yet more heavy-as-fuck metal, hardcore, and punk all rolled together in a sort of contained fury. A few songs sound a bit repeditive, but this time the album seems a bit more thought out and focused. This one is filled with chugging, Sabbath-laced grooves with a few blast beats here and there for good measure. "The Destruction Of A Person", "Symbol Of Nevermore" and "Permanently" are definate highlights on the album. Right now Superjoint are the only band out there showing the way this style should be done, underground, uncompromising, and heavy.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie