Scorched-Earth Policy - _Boot-Camp Demo 2000_
by: Adrian Bromley (4 out of 5)
Having liked their last offering titled _Tones of Ambivalence XCIX_ [CoC #40], I was excited to hear what new sounds the band was going to push for with the new _Boot-Camp Demo 2000_. Just how would it stack up? Well, it is safe to say that the band's latest batch of material is a powerful set of strong, highly balanced songs with steady rhythms and heavy guitar riffs. Some definite Bay Area influences are apparent, as the band rifles through such killer numbers as "Come Clean" and the heavy "Politics". The band no doubt is painting their take on society with each number, but it is kind of cool how they have managed to stay heavy and deliver numerous messages with their music. Tight, fast and in need of being signed, Scorched-Earth Policy is the real deal when it comes to thrash/speed metal. It seems the Bay Area has struck again. Support SEP!

Contact: 6168 Park Blvd. Oakland, CA 94602, USA

(article published 10/1/2001)

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