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According to the U.S. labor Underride which follow in the footsteps originally from Crue, then developed by Buckcherry, finally perfected by Hinder. We are therefore in the presence of a hard rock bad and rude, but at the same time subtle and melodic in the right places. We could call this 'Distorted Nation' what might be expected from post Hinder 'Take It To The Limit' - something that did not happen - so fresh, large pieces of grip, good attitude. Their obvious intent is to make Seattle forget (their hometown) as the ailing mother of grunge and back to the ancient splendor of bands such as Heart, or Queensryche. Excellent voice that Rev is rude and nasty, but never out of place or carried to excess, not short, posing as a rocker forced, but "feels" the song and if the plasma around. The simple and disturbing "Paparazzi" testifies to the above concept and to stop us: exciting and engraved for the perfect riff. Curiously there are only a sort of ballad titled "Love is Like Dying," which is a mid tempo more than anything else. So in adrenal do not stop until the end, a blow and a very good power caused by these five guys that we offer an honest job.