Review: My Hero Is Me – The Crywolf Broadcast [2008]

amazon-my-hero-is-meFortified with a three-pronged guitar assault, North Carolina’s My Hero is Me mesh rock, metal, and hardcore for that all too familiar sound countless bands employ on their 11-track endeavor The Crywolf Broadcast. Adorned with song titles that are clever (“When Peter North Goes South” In particular), this unit does manage to do a better job than most in rearranging parts to try and keep the sound fresh on cuts like the all-over-the-map “I Studied Metal at Juliard.” Their Maylene and the Sons of Disaster meets The Autumn Offering by way of Protest the Hero style however comes off as a touch too contrived across much of the span of this excursion, making it hard for this unit to get a good jump from out of the starting block. www.tragicherorecords.comMike SOS


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