The Suicide Machines - The Suicide Machines

The Suicide Machines - The Suicide Machines

Editorial Review
Say the words "change of sound" to a fan in regard to their favorite band's latest release and check for a reaction. In the case of the Suicide Machines, a lot of folks who enjoyed Destruction by Definition and Battle Hymns will likely use the s word when referring to the Detroit-based band's third effort: sellout. Instead of high-octane ska and punk, the Suicide Machines have ventured into Green Day-Blink 182 territory. The opening track "Sometimes I Don't Mind" (a salute to bassist Royce Nunley's dog) is inoffensive at worst, catchy as hell at best. When the band rears back and blasts out more gristle-laced heavings like "I Hate Everybody," it almost sounds forced. The band's future may be in sunshiny, upbeat power pop--the hooks on "Perfect Day" and "Too Many Words" are not for the jaded. This disc fits the cliché "short but sweet" perfectly. --Jason Josephes
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