Tanks of Zen | Love's Gentle Maw

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Love's Gentle Maw

by Tanks of Zen

Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Pure Land
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2. Alibi
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3. Skin Deep
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4. Sum
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5. Life Crisis
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6. Wake Up!
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7. Another God
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8. Gravity
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9. Alaya
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10. Bow
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11. Oh...
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Shaneymike

Solid "debut"
As a huge Nick Pollock fan(atic), I simply couldn't pass up buying a physical copy of this album, my very first album of the 2010s in fact, on CDBaby and I can happily report that it does not disappoint! Although this is technically their debut album, TOZ actually recorded another set of songs called American Hangover back in 2000 featuring a different lineup - Nick (vocals), Tim Jones (guitar), Steve Rehnstrom (bass), Todd Marvin (drums). Here for the first time ever we get to hear Nick play guitar as well as sing throughout the entire album with Dan Scott on bass and Mark Locke on drums. Nick's former My Sister's Machine bandmate Owen Wright also makes an appearance on this album, playing guitar solos on the tracks "Alibi" and "Gravity"; the latter calls to mind an old Soul Asylum song "April Fool". All in all this album is quite different from Nick's earlier releases with MSM and Soulbender. Those bands were very much heavy metal whereas this band is more of the hard rock/blues genre. The masterpiece of this album in my book is the third track "Skin Deep", excellent guitar riffs right there. I won't go so far as to call this Nick's finest work thus far, that honor still belongs to Soulbender in my book, but I love it as much as any other album he's put out. Hope someday we'll see a proper release of American Hangover and the fact that Owen made an appearance on this album is a sign of things to come with MSM.