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The More I See - Don't Look Now...I'm Living (7,5/10) - Great Britain - 2003

Genre: Rock / Metal
Label: Modern Noise
Playing time: 16:32
Band homepage: The More I See


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The More I See - Don't Look Now...I'm Living
With THE MORE I SEE the former live guitarist for PRODIGY is throwing his by now second band, besides JANUS STARK, into the race. A lot heavier than the parallel band THE MORE I SEE try to gain a footing in the heavy Rock/Metal business. And even though the five songs of "Don't Look Now...I'm Living" are only the beginning, this undertaking seems to be success yielding.

The Englishmen know how to fabricate gripping, grooving and at the same time heavy songs that draw their influences from Metal, Hardcore, Punk and Rock. Admittedly, a wide range, but it is not as difficult as it may sound as the songs are free from any superfluous fuddlings and find their way into the ear fairly quickly. On the knobs there was none other than Andy Sneap (guitarist of English cult band SABBAT), who among others already had worked with PISSING RAZORS, KILL II THIS or SKINLAB and also gave THE MORE I SEE a fat sound.

Everything in the green, if I may say so, and who wants to hear for him/herself should do that at the CD dealer of your trust or just get in touch with the band right away. THE MORE I SEE have what it takes to be talked about, so far you should try to pass the time with the current EP. (Online July 30, 2003)

Alexander Ehringer

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