like Henry Rollins singing with the Misfits on a song arranged by Rob Zombie." Never easy to catagorise but a sonic joy to listen to, the album throws away plastic production and gives you textures and styles you wont hear anywhere else. After playing in various Rock/Metal bands and tired of being constricted by labels, genra's or 'what will sell' James Bramman formed CARM. "There are no limits to CARM. Lyrically the themes for this album range from the destruction of Hate as a concept to introspective looks at personal power and good time rock'n'roll.
Musically it's loud, earthy and eclectic...all around a Punk Metal core'. Get ready, CARM red have arrived! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..