This is a review of "s/t" recorded by Brody. The review was written by Tony Pasquariello in 2002.
Metal has arrived people, and it has in the form of Brody. This Leeds based four-piece have, over the last few months, astounded everyone with their live performances. And this CD is sure to astound people again with its pure quality, both in performance and the overall sound of it. As soon as I played the first track, my volume control wanted to go higher and higher! Right from the heavy guitar riffs of "On The Darkest Days" to the screeching powerful vocals being belted out at full pelt on "Plastacine" (which is in my opinion THE BEST track on this EP). The vocals at times though don't quite fit in with the music being played, in a way that makes it interesting though. I can't really say anymore than this is metal at its very, very best. If you like your music on the heavy side, go and see this band live, and you MUST buy this CD. It is Excellent. Look out people, Brody have arrived.