Always: Your Way

I've said it before and I'll say it again. If you're not listening to My Vitriol, YOU
ARE MISSING OUT. Edgy guitars, tuneful vocals (why is that such a lost art these
days?) and hooks by the bucket load. What's not to like about that? Latest single
"Always: Your Way" was actually the band's first single, released back in the fall of 1999
on Org Records. However, after Infectious picked up the rising stars, they realized the
sheer brilliance of the track and had the band re-record it for single release. Mixing
elements of Nirvana, Foo Fighters and Sonic Youth is a good
thing in my book and the soundscapes provided by the squalling guitars and quiet/loud
vocal delivery of Som Wardner are too good to go unnoticed. The debut from
the London quartet is due out later this month in the UK and seems bound for my year
end Top 10 list at this rate.

My Vitriol

Always: Your Way