Fire On Corridor X

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  • Summary: The Alanta-based trio releases its debut album produced by Ben H. Allen.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. With Fire on Corridor X, All the Saints seem less interested in renovating the house that noise built than burning the whole thing to the ground.
  2. With ten songs running a hair under forty minutes, it's a concise debut that hits the mark a good portion of the time while introducing All The Saints as someone to really keep an eye on.
  3. All the Saints pound out lumbering hard rock. And it sounds good.
  4. What All the Saints lack in rhythmic variation, they make up for with absorbing atmosphere--their sound truly is subterranean, a dimly lit, cavernous rumble that gets more suffocating as the album progresses.
  5. At its strongest, with songs like the archly titled 'Regal Regalia' and 'Papering Fix,' the band kicks up a huge sounding storm while still providing space for the almost preternaturally clean singing boring through the mix--not as an artificially high volume element, more like serenity in the midst of a storm.
  6. This drive and disaffection suggest it won't be long before they leave their influences behind, although the raging, self-mythologising 'Regal Regalia' and Floydian pop of 'Papering Fix' are more than good enough for now.
  7. Everything about this record, from its goopy over-production to its brooding, listless demeanor, suffers from a one-dimensionality that completely prevents connections to the listening audience.

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