CD Review by Carl Macki
(Vox, Bass Guitar)
Rob Mann (Drums)
Walschon (Guitar, Backing Vox)
band Voice of Addiction puts it you straight:
“Everyone is addicted, whether
is be drugs, alcohol,
religion, sex money, etc.
Our job is to
be the voice that puts
these things on the table of
that otherwise might be overlooked.
We might be best
understood by not wanting
to reinvent the wheel, but rather wanting to
-- Ian Tomele.
band has a crisp rhythmic sound with an urgent vocal counterpoint.
their new album, is filled with ardent desciptions of
"I opened up my eyes today, I thought they lied to me, know
they lied to me
I start to crawl out from my cage, to find another way. . .
worthless consumerism . . .all the ad firms, they gotta know how to
They lost your name, but got your number, a number they paid well for
so they can make you want things, that you have no need for."
Homes and Broken Bones"
Seems all of our lives we've been dying to forget,
the broken bones and
Its survival of the fittest, gotta be in this to win it,
at least that's
what I'm told.
Chances are scarce still they want us in the race,
'cuz nobody reaches
Shoot for the stars, success line your pockets,
who cares who gets
anti-capitalist politics of Voice Of Addiction don't stop there --
"I don't wanna work myself to the bone
Just to keep you world spinning round
I've got my friends and family and we'll be just fine
No countries to be divided, we'll be just fine"