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The best kept secret in music






"Necessary Evil" (Self-produced)

Reviewed by Snidermann

Judging from the CD cover, Juggernott's "Necessary Evil" might be a post-apocalyptic glimpse of life after atomic annihilation. Just beneath the band's name are the alphanumeric characters "44-27291 313w509g393s." After a quick search of the Internet, I discovered those numbers correspond to a B-29 named "Necessary Evil." And, according to www.childrenofthemanhattanproject.com: "'Necessary Evil' was designated as one of the 7 planes taking part in the Hiroshima mission. Its role was to carry the scientific observer team and photographic equipment and was one of the three B29s of the primary strike force. Piloted by George Marquardt, it departed Tinian Island at approximately 2:50 on the morning of August 6, 1945."

If the band's intention is to compare the power of their music to that of an atomic blast, they're not far off. The music on "Necessary Evil" is tight, very well structured and played with a lot of heart and soul. Personally, I found the lyrics to be just a little too dark for my taste but the music rocks hard and heavy, the band is obviously talented and the entire CD is well-produced.

I would recommend that any fan of heavy music pay a visit to the band's website, listen to a couple of tracks, and judge Juggernot for themselves.

Necessary Evil: Shane McWilliams - bass; Steve Lawrence - drums; Barry Bolinger - guitar.

For more information, check out http://www.juggernott.com.


- www.roughedge.com/cdreviews

"JUGGERNOTT - Necessary Evil"

Necessary Evil

Indiana trench crawlers Juggernott offer up a chugging set of brawl-metal here that’s equal parts old skull arena metal and modern-age mosh pit aggro rock. The guitars- courtesy Barry Bolinger – sound like some Swede deathdude running through Exciter’s “Pounding Metal” riff over and over like it’s gonna unlock a secret code if he gets it just right, and the bass player, Shane McWilliams, has a tendency towards those pinging nu-metal scramble-boogie bits. Yikes. Ah, but all is not lost. See, the gruff growl n’ groan of Steve Lawrence’s vox (he’s also the drummer, btw, which is Exciter reference number two, if yer counting) is a dead ringer for Jas, the cat that sang with bitchin’, late, and much lamented Florida glamdustrial sleaze metal band The Kill, and it is this very raspy snarl that elevates the bar-room roar of Juggernott into somethin’ resembling chest-thumping monkey-man kick ass rock n roll. “Necessary Evil” still works a little too hard at digging into a teenage Pro-Tool kinda groove for my tastes, but if you’ve found yourself bobbing your tortured head to any second stage Ozzfest act in the past 5 years (‘cept for the black metal maniacs, I mean), then you’ll probably find this Evil Necessary, sure. Why nott?

- www.sleazegrinder.com/review_7-12juggernott.htm


This CD is currently receiving "Rotation Across the Nation" on numerous college stations
JUGGERNOTT has aired a world-wide interview with "On the Horizon" radio show's John Anderson on 9/11/2004
(to receive your copy contact juggernott_info@juggernott.com)


Feeling a bit camera shy


was formed as W.T.D. in 1995, then evolved into DOG SOCIETY in 1997. At it's highest point this band opened for the national act “Jackyl” in 1998.

A lot of hard lessons were learned and the band literally self-destructed, I mean crashed and burned, by 2001. From those ashes arose JUGGERNOTT.

See www.juggernott.com for complete and personal biography about each member of JUGGERNOTT.