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Music Review: MutherF#ckin Saints – Burn

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With a market completely saturated with prefabricated American Idol crap, people are screaming for a bit of truth. They are tired of hearing the same droning monotonous junk that bleeds through our airwaves. Frustration is prompting them to turn the radio off and look to the underground.

Here they find the warriors who call themselves the Mutherf#ckin Saints. Led by Chris Webster, who sings with a voice that drips with anger, the MF Saints present to that struggling mass a new light in the darkness of music. The latest musical endeavor by this heartland of America heavy metal band, Burn, delves into the darkness of one's soul and questions the authority that lies within the establishment of our system.

Flanked by his cousin Jason Vculek on bass and vocals and backed by his brother Ben Webster, the double peddle drum pounding fiend, Webster shows proof that a band can grow and mature while still staying true to who they are. Remember, they "breathe this shit."

The album was recorded in the basement of Webster’s Lincoln home by Aaron McCoy who also engineered it. The standout track on this DIY album is the acoustic country blues venture "A Reason 2 Die For." Webster himself said that it was inspired by the likes of current roots country bands, J.B. Beverley and the Wayward Drifters, Bob Wayne and the Outlaw Carnies, and William Elliot Whitmore.

Burn shows that the MF Saints continue to stick to the music and the anger that has done them so good for so long. It also shows that they are not afraid to grow and mature.

The album can be purchased through their myspace profile.

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