CRASH AND BURN
Crash and Burn play for the dirtbag truckstop rocker in all of us. Hailing from Boston, the quartet's nine tracks of alcohol fueled hard rocking boogie come to us directly from the 1970's time machine. Parts of Nugent, Sabbath, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, ZZ Top, and much more can all be heard at some point on SICK AGAIN, and while the dirty groove smacks you in the face like the scent emanating from the local watering hole's backed up plumbing, Crash and Burn know it's exactly the way you like it. Raw, rude, crude, and loud, Crash and Burn's approach to rock 'n' roll rebellion makes the current wave of European rock acts seem insincere and insignificant. SICK AGAIN complements a six-pack and a carton of Marlboro's nicely, as it mixes stoner and straight-ahead hard rock into a convenient cocktail.