Hi 91 /Lo 71
|Volume 68, Issue 3,
Wednesday, August 28, 2002
Arts & Entertainment
A Passage in Time rocks with a blend of sounds.
Authority rules with 'Time'
By Miriam Rouziek
Don't let the classical guitar in the introduction fool you. Authority
Zero is punk rock through and through. Utilizing elements from ska, oi!
Authority Zero's (Bill Marcks (left), Jason Devore, Jim Wilcox and Jeremy Wood) latest album
A Passage in Time is their latest album, with 13 songs that manage to squeeze at least two, if not all, of the different types of punk rock into
each one. That's not entirely a bad thing, however, as they've managed to pull it off. The end product is one of the best albums this critic has
At first, they appear to be your average punk band, giving us loud guitars,
angry lyrics and at a speed that's guaranteed to make your parents
When the musical combination is added to the Speed-Metal style guitar-riffs,
they seamlessly blend to create an amazing album. From the
Although I'm not personally fond of ska in any shape or form, these
guys know how to make it work for them, and it sounds awesome. There
A Passage in Time
the verdict:The blend of influences make this one of the best albums to come out in a while.
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