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Spreading the Disease Insurrection Album review


Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



Spreading the Disease is an infectious metal band spawned in the United Kingdom in 2014. The latest badass release Insurrection is a maelstrom of thunder- no nonsense, head-banging, neck-knackering, teeth gnashing metal in the purest form. The members are Connor Russell Snyder (lead vocalist), Jack Apella (drums/percussion), Steve Saunders (bassist/backing vocals) and Martin Osbourne (guitarist/ backing vocals).


The energy felt on this album is balls-out aggression.  The gritty grating guitar and pulsing bass riffs suits the harsh vocal emanations. I can imagine the ferocity of the fucking pits for songs like “Dischord" and “Find My Path.”  Lots of hardcore flavor thrown about. In “Method of Madness" Connor's vocals escalate along with the instrumentation to absolute bedlam. The quartet sound brutally ambitious, playing with vengeful passion. Listen to the substantial guitar riffs on “Can't Let Go" as well as more emotive soulful vocals.


It's hard to classify them as this or that genre which is great...their uniqueness makes them their own entity. They have left me bewitched. This gets a fuck yeah!!






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