The Box - The Box 7"
Electrorock Well, there isn't much to say about a two song release from a band that I can hardly talk about considering I can't find anything about them online. The most I can say is that the band is called The Box and they released their album off a label called Plastic Spoons Records.

The two songs that are presented on the album aren't that great at all. They're actually quite dull, focusing on the same guitar style in each song and the same vocals. If you're going to release something with only two songs, you should have enough creativity to make each track completely different from one another without even slightly touching upon basis with the other.

This really just wasn't worth my time glancing at, I really did not enjoy this. I gave it a shot though, for there are single releases that have impressed me in the past, but this one just hasn't. It has me at a loss, if anything. And I kind of wish I could take the time I took to look at this album back; I could have done something much more productive.
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Brutal Resonance

The Box - The Box 7"

4.0
"Bad"
Released 2012 by Plastic Spoons Records
Well, there isn't much to say about a two song release from a band that I can hardly talk about considering I can't find anything about them online. The most I can say is that the band is called The Box and they released their album off a label called Plastic Spoons Records.

The two songs that are presented on the album aren't that great at all. They're actually quite dull, focusing on the same guitar style in each song and the same vocals. If you're going to release something with only two songs, you should have enough creativity to make each track completely different from one another without even slightly touching upon basis with the other.

This really just wasn't worth my time glancing at, I really did not enjoy this. I gave it a shot though, for there are single releases that have impressed me in the past, but this one just hasn't. It has me at a loss, if anything. And I kind of wish I could take the time I took to look at this album back; I could have done something much more productive. Jun 07 2013

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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