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"LOCAL C.D. REVIEW"

Genuine anger and killer double-bass kick-work seperate the pagans from the posers when it comes to metal,and "UNSOUNDMIND" ain't posers. Even the love song "Elizabeth", comes across like singer Jeremy Sundeaus would just as soon strangle her as let her go,which is sweet in it's own twisted way. Segue to the visceral back-to-back society-sucks screeds, "Godless" and "Overanalized",and it's clear there's little this ferociously focused and old-school heavy happening elsewhere in "The S.L.C." - BILL FROST OF SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY


"cd review"

Unsound Mind "Thicker Than Blood"- I've heard a lot of local metal...I'd say a good 30 percent of everything I recieve locally is metal of some kind or other.Unsound Mind is in the top 10 percent of all metal I've reviewed. Instead of spitting out tired,lifeless riffs that need more than shock therapy and mouth-to-mouth to return from the dead,Unsound Mind devise riffs that they've obviously been diligent at crafting and perfecting,avoiding spewing out the first thing that comes to mind. Potent,poisonous,darkly melodic choruses are well-arranged and memorable."Crack" reminds me of a not-boring version of "Damage Plan",especially in the sprawling,low bass riffs.Unsound Mind get sensitive with "Elizabeth",then thrashy with "Godless". The double-bass drumming throughout is fast and technically perfect.My favorite song is the first one."Shallow", with it's "Filter"-like bass line that sounds like a racecar gunning up for the Indy 500. - Rebecca Vernon for S.L.U.G. mag.


Discography

TIME WILL PASS -1997, S.I.S. URBAN MAYHEM COMP. VOL.2 -1998, FEEL THE SCENE COMP.-2000, UNSIGNED DEMO-2000, THICKER THAN BLOOD-2003

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Bio

Formed in '95 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Founding members Gabriel Edgar,Darron Mancino and Mike Maestas have stayed true to the vison. Releasing "Time Will Pass" in '97. Selling over 1600 copies through out the midwest and the west coast.Growing along side one another in the same scene, the addition of Travis Jiron and Jeremy Sundeaus to Unsound Mind now brings a force to be reckond with. In the spring and summer of 2003 the process of recording and releasing a new CD begins. And relentless touring is soon to follow.