codeseven - _Division of Labor_
(TMC, 1999)
by: Adrian Bromley (8 out of 10)
It's hard to pinpoint just where on the new codeseven record _Division of Labor_ the band makes a definite statement within their music. For the most part, the new record is a solid showing of potent, aggressively fuelled numbers that lash out with intense clubbings of dexterity and uncertainty. There is a lot going on and to actively try and sort through the selection of numbers is quite hard. With a solid set of musicians crafting their sound and two singers belting out raging lyrics, it's quite impressive to note that codeseven bring a sound to their music (as they did with their debut _A Sense of Coalition_) that few bands can do in this genre and that is most definitely a compliment. The winning points most definitely on the new disc are numbers like "How Many Miles to Babylon", "Steady State" and "Leaches of Karma".

(article published 12/10/1999)

3/26/2003 A Lineker 7.5 Codeseven - The Rescue
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