At first blush, staring at an everyday stone might not sound like the most exciting pastime (sorry, geologists). In the Psycho Realm, however, nothing’s quite as it seems. The Los Angeles duo’s first release following a multiple-year hiatus, the record finds Sick Jacken and Cynic touting their ability to “Show You a Rock, or rock your show” over Cynic’s own street-ready beat. For more, check out the crew’s Terror Tapes 2 LP when it hits stores May 15, via SMC Entertainment.
Written by richard on 03/27/12
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