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We Should Run - No Metaphor EP Review
by Eric Bodrero

We Should Run's EP No Metaphor is a fusion of AC/DC like vocals, fusion-punk, and prog rock that serves as a short introduction to the bands' sound. Opener "Hooker" sounds like an ode to 80's soft metal, while "Amplifier" lightens things up a tad by mixing in more of an alternative/indie sound. The closer "No Metaphor" is a prog-rock anthem that blazes through its whopping two minutes and nineteen seconds of fame. Vocalist Jonah Kim Rivera backs up the interesting vocal styling by howling and crooning with a hoarse scream. However, if No Metaphor serves as a sample platter of We Should Run's music, I'm not sure just how palatable it really may be to newcomers or fans alike.

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