Superjoint Ritual

Use Once And Destroy (Sanctuary 2002)

Album review

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The title of this album pretty much sums up American society, while the album itself pretty much destoys it. So far Phil being bored has been a good thing, and Superjoint is even more evidence shown. On this little project Jimmy Bower lays down huge thick slabs of 70's riffage, (playing guitar this time around). Throw Hank III's presence on bass in with the bunch and it blends into a chaotic mix of punk and stoner metal. Fast, Heavy, and sometimes just plain insane. Black Flag meets Discharge meets Black Sabbath perhaps? Either way Superjoint sound like the crossover band that never was, but finally is.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie