CD Review: Puscifer "Money Shot"

With booming walls of programmed and synthesized bass lining many of the tracks, the music of Money Shot allows Mat Mitchell and Matt McJunkins to focus on copping truly gritty bass tones that manipulate the mood of the ten-song album.
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With booming walls of programmed and synthesized bass lining many of the tracks, the music of Money Shot allows Mat Mitchell and Matt McJunkins to focus on copping truly gritty bass tones that manipulate the mood of the ten-song album. Tone junkies obsessed with gain and fuzz will marvel at the sounds that producer Mitchell dialed in, as tracks like “Grand Canyon,” “The Arsonist,” and “Money Shot” burst through with beautifully grinding low end.

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