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Right Wing Conspiracy (10th Anniversary edition) |Scared Records, 2009|

7:06, Flying Again, To Speak of Things Unseen, Song For Luna, Substrate, Skin, Arduous, Soiled, 360 Degrees, Probing The Species, Chandala [Live], Flying Again [Acoustic]


SNF is a band playing noisy alternative rock music sometime borrowing a bit from industrial rock style as well. Based in Atlanta, Georgia they are kind of a family band featuring brothers Hagood (Nelson and Jamie, but also Jason in the past), along with Robby Johnson, David Watkins and Lili Roberts for that album purposes.

Right Wing Conspiracy is 10th anniversary re-release of an album originally put out in 1999 r. You'll find a lot of vibes known from most of SNF releases, what should actually satisfy SNF's fans who haven't been able to listen to the original album yet.

I paid attention to the artwork illustration though I have no idea what it exactly means. There is an army of robots on an abandoned planed ruled by screaming blond hair woman with jet-like wings, wearing latex shoes reaching out to her hips and holding a fiery sword ready to cut heads off.
That shows the front artwork because there's a dead astronaut levitating in a outer space with planetoids in the background and some part of his suit broken at the back side of the booklet. Whatever was the idea of its author (Anthony Baker from Deluxeluxury.com) the illustration matches the title of the album.

All of the songs have that typical dirty cloud of guitar riffs so often used by SNF but I would point out at “360 Degrees” because of the atmospheres recalling some songs by MLWTTK plus “Song For Luna” and “Skin” for industrial rock like vibes.

Other songs sound alternative rock mostly but sometimes gothic too (like in ‘Arduous’ thanks to the bass lines used typically for the style) what should attract some of the listeners interested to various influences.

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)
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