The debut CD from The Sonic Revolution contains eleven honest, passionate songs, written by four of Long Island's most talented musicians. From the blistering opening notes of 'Deeper,' the listener is aware that he is in the presence of talented musicians. But the primary appeal of The Sonic Revolution lies in the fact that these players know that the best way to showcase their abilities is by writing good songs. This debut is filled with good songs. Musically, this is aggressive, often angry stuff. Lyrically, the material is intensely personal and often politically-charged. The common thread throughout the disc is that each song, no matter how aggressive or angry, has a hook and a melody that elevates it above a simple diatribe. The choruses in these songs stick with the listener as effectively as their messages do. All musicians say they write 'from the heart.' Not all of them actually do. One listen to The Sonic Revolution, and it's undeniable that this is one band that does. If you're tired of lifeless 'modern rock' and melody-challenged 'nu-metal,' the debut CD from The Sonic Revolution is exactly what you've been looking for. Summer 2004.