Revolution of Adolescence
Every once in a while, something comes along and pulls no punches. It doesn't have to lure you into it's web, it just kicks your teeth in. Such is the case with Atg. Right from the start, they come at you, and hard. It's very refreshing to hear a metal band that isn't a bass guitar with some guy rapping, who claims to be a metal head. Atg isn't whining about their parents, or some girl who left them. The guitars are awesome. They show off at all the right times, and don't drown out the band. The same can be said for the drums. Vocals are done quite nicely. There's no excess of screaming, or growling. He brings a good balance, which when brought together with the rest of the band, is icing on the cake. Atg is not a clone of any other band, so if that's your first inclination when you hear them, dismiss it, otherwise you'll miss out on one of the best metal bands that Albuquerque has to offer.'