Anthrophobia

In the Zero to 3 Movement

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Anthrophobia gets an aural facelift on its second full-length release, thanks in large part to the imaginative guitar work of new member Dave Lord, whose modernistic style acknowledges and incorporates the sonic contributions of '90s nu-metal bands like Korn and Rage Against the Machine into Phobias well-established punk/metal crunch. Lead shouter Frank Phobia still wrestles with various personal demons, sounding claustrophobic even while addressing lighthearted topics like (Christina) "Ricci." The Cars' classic "Moving in Stereo" is given a good pummeling, as well. All in all, In the Zero to 3 Movement brings Anthrophobia closer to the cutting edge of metal, and packs a satisfying wallop in the process.

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