Challenger is not the type of band to be pinned down to one sound and this keeps the album sounding fresh and interesting through out. Songs like "Death Museum" delve into keyboard sounds for a lead instrument, while other songs like "Sweet Vaccine" have awkward sounding riffs that exhibit Challenger's ability to tie noise rock guitar work effortlessly into upbeat songs, and songs like "Crushed City" and "The Trojan Horse" exhibit an uncanny ability to write pop guitar hooks. While neither of the two vocalists have amazing voices in a traditional sense they find a wide array of ways to make use of what they do have. Songs like "Input the Output" and "The Angry Engineer" exhibit the raw, screamy side of the vocals, while songs like "Crushed City" and "The Trojan Horse" demonstrate the well crafted pop and backing vocal talents of the band.
Aggressive Brash Provocative Rebellious. Give People What They Want in Lethal Doses. like something Black Flag would have used on In My Head).
Challenger - Input The Output 02:51. Challenger - Death Museum 03:39. Challenger - Blackouts 03:38.
Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses 2004. Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses 2004. Immigrant Riddim 2017. When Milemarker guitarist Dave Laney starting bringing heavier, punkier songs to his band's practice sessions, it became obvious to the rest of the band that it just wasn't working. Milemarker was more open-ended and Laney's new music was all about the three-minute rock song. They started working with drummer Timothy Remis and soon the collection of songs turned into the repertoire of the new band Challenger. Laney and Burian don't consider.
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Challenger Alternative Rock Hardcore Punk Indie Rock 2004 US. Performer: Challenger. Title: Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses.
Challenger - Give People What They Want In Lethal Doses submitted by drone. This album is 11 tracks of all-out aural assault, and dare I say the best album in From Ashes Rise's pummeling (and insanely fantastic) catalog. If this doesn't stoke the adrenaline, I'm not sure what will. From Ashes Rise "Nightmares" original pressing, dark red/smoke