Sound And Fury – “Sound And Fury”Sep 8th, 2008
Get ready for the rampage. Toronto’s SOUND AND FURY is the feral wolf, perched on its haunches, fangs bared and poised to pounce, tearing the strips of rock ‘n roll tedium from the world and spewing it back with snarling intensity. “Our music is ferocious and dirty and nasty and wild!” says Luke Metcalf, lead singer and composer of the sneering, snarling brute force known as SOUND AND FURY. “It’s all about having fun, running wild and getting crazy!”
Sound and Fury’s self-titled debut album will rattle your ribcage with such scrap bone rockers as “School’s Out,” “Eighteen,” “Bad Touch,” “Runaway Love,” and “Teenage Rampage,” while the group – Metcalf, guitarist Griffin and Daz, ex-Age Of Electric bass player Jon Kerns and skin beater Chris Avalos – tap the adrenaline and desperation of raw survival, gear it into overdrive and ricochet that primal energy off the eardrums and craniums of its rabid fan base.