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Review Vol 2 The Scattering: Highwire Daze Magazine Review – August 2009

Posted 01 Aug 2009 in Reviews

Review Vol 2 The Scattering: Roughedge.com Review – July 2009

Posted 01 Jul 2009 in Reviews

“Vol. 2 – The Scattering” (Trifonic Laboratories; 2007) Reviewed by R. Scott Bolton I don’t know where to begin in describing the music on Slow Burning Car’s “Vol. 2 – The Scattering.” As my good friend Mike SOS states below, these musicians pride themselves in working with a multitude of musical colors. I hear everything on this CD from the band’s self-professed space rock to 80s punk to Foreigner-style hard rock to early new wave and beyond. Hell, track 11, “Siren,” even has a bit of modern country in it (sans twang). So, if diversity is what you’re looking for in a rock’n’roll band, you need look no further. No two tracks sound alike here. What’s surprising is that, despite the wide...

Review Vol 2 The Scattering: TastesLikeRock.com – July 2009

Posted 01 Jul 2009 in Reviews

Slow Burning Car – Vol. 2 – The Scattering Alternative/Garage/Indie Slow Burning Records Slow Burning Car is back with Vol. 2 – The Scattering and their press poster for the album is 100% correct, they have indeed refined their sound. And as a unit, Slow Burning Car is better for it. Instrumentation and composition are tighter, and as a whole this album flows much better than the band’s previous release (Blowback). Slow Burning Car explores various genres of rock, covering almost all of the rock spectrum in a mere 12 tracks. To sum it all up in a phrase, I’m impressed. Lyrically there is a wide span of subject matter, including mythological themes, science fact and fiction, evolution of oneself, “damn the man” style...

Review Vol 2 The Scattering: IndieMusicNews.com Interview – August

Posted 01 Jul 2009 in Reviews

Indie Music News Slow Burning Cars’ Blazing Interview 31 July, 2009 by RocknMetalWriter Slow Burning Car dedicated to creating a one way source of “rock” through the compositional application within the audio world. Have come to unleash a unqiue style all their own, maintaining a source and feeling they can instantly relate too when making music. Their lead man Troy Spiropoulos (Vocalist/Bassist/Catalyst of Slow Burning Car) spoke to me about how the band came together, whats in store for them, and what to expect from their latest achievement, “Vol.2 – The Scattering”. 1. Tell us how Slow Burning Car came to be. How did you guys get together? Troy Spiropoulos: I started Slow Burning Car back in the spring of 2007. I had originally...

Review Vol 2 The Scattering: IndieMusicNews.com Review – August 2009

Posted 01 Jul 2009 in Reviews

Indie Music News Slow Burning Car Crosses Vol. 2 – The Scattering’s Standards 04 August, 2009 by RocknMetalWriter Let the new essence of rock music invade your lifestyle turning it totally upside down and inside out! What would you do if a Slow Burning Car crossed your path? Would you sit back and laugh – or run like hell trying to save the people trapped inside? Well to be honest this isn’t that type of Slow Burning Car…. This type of automobile is actually the true essence that rock n’ roll music has been dying to meet. Unlike most rock n’ roll bands that have come and gone these rockers prove how much rock music truly means to them. Delivering 12-tracks of solid...

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