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Five Foot Thick - Blood Puddle
Five Foot Thick was founded by guitarist Silva in late 1999 as a side project, but soon it proved that the band was worth to be a full time ambition. The band released their first full lenght album,'Circles' in 2000, which sparked the attention of a lot of big-name corporations. With the succes of Circles, FFT had the chance to tour with bands like Ill Nino, P.O.D., Stuck Mojo, 36 Crazyfists and many other established bands. Now lets get on with the review. FFT released their 2nd full lenght disc, 'Blood Puddle' in 2002. The disc starts with the track 'Unfounded', a track which pretty much sets the style for the rest of the CD; Hard, heavy riffs and agressive vocals. Next is 'Bored', which features another great riff that might be stuck in your head for a few days, and some great vocal work as well, while 'Ducked out' is the first track on the disc where we can here the melodic side of FFT, which has a sing-along chorus which will definitly work well live. The track 'Nothing' features a slow buildup to a great sounding melodic part with keyboards. To me, the track really stands out on the album, because it has a great mix of melodic and agressive parts, while some of the songs on 'Blood Puddle' sound alike. The disc's last track, 'Envy', features one of the tighter sounding endings these days, with the vocals and drums timing with eachother. Blood Puddle is a great sounding disc, and Five Foot Thick really are a force to be reckoned with. The musicianship of the guys is great, and they are one of the heavier bands out there. That is also the only negative thing I can say about the disc, some songs could use some more variation, but if this is the result of a band that has been around for only a few years, then I think the future will bring some excellent stuff for the guys from Spokane, WA. Review by Carn Five Foot Thick are: George Silva - Guitars, vocals Bryan Dilling - Vocals Kris Demers - Bass, vocals Matt Gonzales - Electronics, vocals Silas McQuain - Drums Tracks 1 - Unfounded 2 - Bored 3 - Ducked Out 4 - Betrayed 5 - Listen 6 - Blood Puddle 7 - Nothing 8 - Clarity 9 - Envy You If you like this, then check out: - 40 Below Summer - 36 Crazyfists - Coal Chamber
Five Foot Thick - Blood Puddle
Released on Tuesday Nov 30th, -0001

Writer @Carn on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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