Us Versus Them
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Us Versus Them

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"The Noise Boston Review"

I like to listen to the music first, and then the vocals affect me later… even if the vocals come in a couple seconds after the music. Upon hearing the first track (in what an album I suppose belongs to the thrash genre) I fondly recalled my days listening to Metallica’s And Justice For All… when it was new. Us Versus Them (from Winthrop) has tight arrangements as heavy, dense and cold as the barren broken seawalls on Short Beach. The “vocalisms” are good, with actual Hetfield-ish singing mixed in with the screamo timbres I first heard when discovering Cannibal Corpse back in 1993. I’ll put on a favoritism that could only be gotten from growing up in and around Boston (I’m from Revere originally); I always thought that the North Shore guys had better taste and delivery in any kinds of “metal.” The South Shore was more of a girl-band, wimped out scene. Take sides! (Mike Loce) - The Noise


We Will Expire (2007)
Unknown Futures (2008)



Boston's own Metal act Us Versus Them returns for Act 2 with their second album 'Unknown Futures' the follow-up to last year's debut 'We Will Expire'. A harder hitting, more cohesive and all around stronger effort with heightened production values, the 5-piece will be hitting the road this Summer.

The band had gone through some lineup changes and problems since early 2007 but has returned second half of '08 with the core trio (Matt/vocals, Rich/guitar, Vaz/lead guitar) and drummer Tim Lillis from Berklee College and once ex-uvter bassist John Malzone returns to the band.

Us Versus Them has recently shared the stage with big acts such as; Bang Camaro, Ice Nine Kills, Signal The Escape, Drives Like Carson, and Phone Calls From Home.