It’s a charge Patterson and his revolving bandmates (current members include bassist Kayhan Vaziri and drummer Carter Wilson) have likely been yielding since Coliseum thundered out of the Louisville underground a decade ago.
Sister Faith, recorded at producer/former Jawbox bassist J. Robbins’ newly relocated Magpie Cage Studios, opens with a furious one-two punch of “Disappear from Sight” and “Last/Lost,” which brings to mind early Fugazi filtered through more contemporary ass-kickers like Fucked Up. And it rarely comes up for air thereafter.
“The record tackles death, love, insecurity, crumbling relationships, thriving relationships, narratives about fear and loss, pessimistic outburst, passion and confusion and lot of other subjects in between,” Patterson said in a recent interview with Blow the Scene.Yet the rousing, appropriately titled “Fuzzbang” closes the album with what sounds something like hope. Or at least a way to cope: “We can close our eyes and dream it all away!”
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