“Paycheck” is a nice nod to some of my favourite hardcore artists, touching on the old school 90’s New York scene, and also on some slightly more modern adaptions that mix in hip-hop as well as metal. It’s a nice blend of fun and heavy, enjoyable and angry at the same time. The only real downfall is that the album is over too quickly at just 26 minutes, but I suppose that is just following the traditions of hardcore songs being short.

For The Fans Of: Deez Nuts, Warhound, Grove Street Families

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