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Punch Cabbie Myriad 3Thirteen/eOne Music Album review

Punch Cabbie


3Thirteen/eOne Music

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist for Boston Rock Radio


There is power in a band that will induce you to live out the feeling of their music in a grand mosh pit. Combining elements of punk and hardcore the Chicago based Punch Cabbie have created an album whereby you can feel their hearts beating and spraying blood with every beat and every note, transmitting heavy metal passion.  


The members are vocalist Jarrett Roberts, guitarists Ronnie Selinko and Dan McCloskey, bassist Ryan Wagner and drummer/vocalist Mike Sather. The album is Myriad and it seethe with sheer energy and balls-out aggression.

 “Introspection" combines relentless riffing, jack-hammer bass and pummeling percussion to forge a sonic soundscape that is very hard to evade once it draws you in. In songs  “World Unknown” and “Repress" Jarrett’s beautiful vocal range from clean and sonorous to raw and savage wraps around your head.


The album is weighty and unrestrained with its intoxicating tonal structure and arrangement. They create the fire that should be felt when crushing your ear drums.




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