With some fresh blood -- drummer Dustin Hamilton and bassist Chris Wheeler -- the hellbent singer enters stoner-metal territory on the mid-tempo "Confidential." "Paper Thin," in contrast, is a total surprise: a fun garage punk shout-along with a Whores-style breakdown that's more sinister than the GOP's agenda. "Knee Deep in Deception" starts out sludgy and has an epic, Nightbreed-like buildup.
Here's to hoping that Kill the Fall doesn't meet an untimely demise like Terry's other bands.
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