Mary's Fire That's What She Said

This is am indistinguishable band that should meet the demands of muzak being played at one of those all-American eatery type restaurants where you can stuff your colon with a five-pound hamburger. In fact, such a listening environment deceptively makes this band sound bigger than they are, as if they are filling arenas everywhere. They are nothing but standard alternative rock radio filler; an alternative Aerosmith, let's say, except they revert to all the default settings on their equipment. The spiritual and creative settings are on one and the crap meter is full on at 11. (Independent)