The Warriors Genuine Sense Of Outrage

The Warriors Genuine Sense Of Outrage

Although there are no epiphanies with the Warriors’ Genuine Sense Of Outrage, one gets the sense that’s really the point. The conviction with which they belt out song after song of contemporary hardcore is admirable and enough to prove the band worthy of acclaim and guest appearances from both old and new scene heroes such as Sick Of It All’s Lou Koller, Comeback Kid’s Andrew Neufeld, as well as Motörhero Lemmy Kilmister, who sounds eerily cool on a hardcore song. It’s difficult to argue against the band’s ability when they have the appreciation of their peers. Rightfully so, as every one of these 13 songs channels the sonic thrust of early Hatebreed, but instead of becoming mired in attempting to sound "heavy,” they factor in the pacing and frustration of NYHC’s first wave to ensure that the money backs up the mouth. The band are also confident enough to experiment with subtleties, which are interesting and ear-catching. Electronic beats bridge breakdowns and vocal effects add a touch of diversity and dynamics to the traditional zeal. (Victory)