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40 Grit - Nothing To Remember (9,5/10) - USA - 2003

Genre: Modern Metal
Label: Metal Blade Records
Playing time: 49:48
Band homepage: -


  1. Intro
  2. No Giving In
  3. Bomb Bottom
  4. Only Human
  5. Last Time Around
  6. Pieces
  7. Because Of You
  8. Nothing To Remember
  9. Serenity Reigns
  10. Higher Tides
  11. A Part Of Me
  12. Taken Aside
  13. Pull Out
40 Grit - Nothing To Remember
HELL F'N YEAH! This band just plain out rocks. It's been a long time since we had a good solid rock band that would come out knock my ass on the floor. The Nu-Metal scene is a joke and the current Rock bands that exist here are classic bands from the 70's that are releasing new music that is just plain played out.

40 GRIT has been around for a little while now and I never picked up a CD. Hard Rock thrown in with some passionately felt and raspy vocals like on "Giving In", "Bomb Bottom" and "Only Human". The power ballad of sorts that is the title track is subtle, yet powerful enough to feel inside your soul if you have one.

Powerful Rock with gritty guitars matched with equally powerful and gritty vocals makes this release a true needle in the haystack. (Online June 19, 2003)

Joe Florez

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