In The Face Of The Enemy Review

artist: Disarray date: 07/22/2003 category: compact discs
Disarray: In The Face Of The Enemy
Released: Jun 18, 2002
Genre: Rock
Tones: Confrontational, Aggressive, Menacing
Styles: Hardcore Punk, Alternative Metal, Punk Metal, Speed Metal
Number Of Tracks: 11
 Overall Impression: 8
 Overall rating:
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 Reviewer rating:
 8 
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overall: 8
In The Face Of The Enemy Reviewed by: UG Team, on july 22, 2003
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Overall Impression: The interesting-bands-are-everywhere ethic that seems to define much of the contemporary metal world is once again proven with the emergence of Disarray, the proud sons of Dickson County, Tennessee. It's taken this unit nearly a decade of trial-and-error musical marksmanship (and two previous discs) in order to get their sound to the point where they felt ready to record their latest album, In The Face if the Enemy. But the long gestation period has now provided ample rock and roll dividents. Featuring a slew of memorable songs, first-rate musicianship and enough power to light up Pittsburgh for a week, Disarray seems like they're big time bound. // 8

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