Hardcore from USA, second full-length album released in 2001.
Leave it to Rick to bring you something different and interesting. A slight stray away from the 1st CD from Comin Correct, Rick takes it to another level. Opening with the Star Wars theme music the new Comin Correct starts off quite heavy. Vocals are faster an deeper than the 1st cd. Music is TOTALLY different. Lots and lots of metal, quick style hardcore riffs here. Personally, I like the new Cd better than the original but some might feel that it sounds too much like 25 ta Life. You gotta here this CD yourself to decide. Brutal, deep, and powerful, this band has made a big musical change, but the message is the same.
Comin' Correct songs. Although Comin Correct is ostensibly a side project for Rick Healy (aka Ricktalife) of 25 Ta Life, the group's second outing is a serious and heartfelt record that is simply too good to be relegated as a secondary pursuit. This has a lot to do with the several tracks devoted to Healey's recently deceased father, whose picture graces the back of the jewel case. Healey shares the therapeutic value of music through a duet with Skarhead singer Lord Ezec, who also lost his dad prior to the release of In Memory Of, on "Whoever Told You, Life Was Fair."
Even forgetting the emotional subject matter that inspired much of the disc, the album's gritty yet positive New York hardcore sound invokes the furious bombast of Agnostic Front and Sick of It All, mixing tempos and gang choruses to ...