Recorded at East Coast Studios, Produced by Greg Giordano and Chris Fasulo, Mastered by Will Quinnell at Sterling Sound, Logo by Andrew Bert, Album Art and Photos by Carl Timpone. Voted BEST NEW METAL BAND of 2008 by Patrick Prince of Powerline A.D. Some reviews of 'A Slight Amplification': 'Turrigenous shows not only that there is diversity in Long Island's metal scene, but that musicians don't have to compromise an abrasive, genuine heavy metal sound to show they can play their instruments.' - Tony Rettman, Good Times (Sep 02, 2009) 'This truly is dynamic metal, and worthy of being checked out.' - Paul Williams, Chronicalsof Chaos (Jul 18, 2009) 'Immediately when I put this disc in my CD-player I was impressed by the music, the musicianship and the diversity. They draw their influences from a wide variety of bands, from The Beatles to Slayer and many progressive artists, and they prove that with this release.' - Gilles, Metal Rage (Aug 04, 2009) 'If you've ever listened to Turrigenous, you know how intense their sound is. They bring that intesity fully to the stage. I've never seen a band more technically awesome than these guys. One word to discribe this metal would be....epic' - Etan W., Uncharted Waves (Jun 23, 2009) 'All of the songs presented here are well structured and with lot of hooks, changes in tempo and dynamic rhythms.' - bato, Metal Revolution (Apr 24, 2009) 'Closer 'War Inside' is far and away the most dymanic of the three jams, a blissful showcase of infectous rhythms and killer vocals. This is the track that stirs excitement over Turrigenous' future; everything comes together in a sonic firedance that is accessible as it is challenging.' - Jordan Campbell, MetalReview (Mar 07, 2009) 'A Slight Amplification' is a showcase of a certain amount of potential and quality of a hardworking band that knows how to bring an utmost brand of progressive driven heavy metal.' - Thryce, Metal-Storm (Apr 05, 2009) 'Turrigenous of Long Island, NY has to be one of the most promising metal bands out there at the moment. The band, with it's elements of precise progressive chords, tempo changes, and thrash speed, has a modern day Fates Warning meets Testament delivery.' - Patrick Prince, Powerline A.D. (Aug 14, 2008) 'This is a band that really sets a path for others to follow with their technical virtuosity, yet they don't throw it in your face. In fact, they are more than happy to play at slowed paces with simple riffs, and this gives the music that much more accessibility.' - Paul Williams, Chronicals of Chaos (Jul 18, 2009) 'From the more technical & thrashy 'A Slight Amp' to the more melodic 'EDA' and the most catchiest of the all, 'War Inside', the band is good at every aspect. From melodic clean song lyrics to spoken words & death growls. These guys probably have everything, except for a big label backin - Gilles, Metal Rage (Aug 04, 2009) 'With the slick speed and heaviness of Megadeth, and the progressiveness of Dream Theater, Turrigenous is a band that has to be liked by the astute metaller.' - Patrick Prince, Powerline A.D.