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File Under: Rock/Experimental
rating: B+
tracks

1. Shhh...(hope diggy)

2. Bullshed

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  • Apex Theory
  • The Apex Theory
    S/T EP

    by Samuel Barker

    Finally, something beyond the same boring rap/metal and pop garbage kids are ebing subjected to today. The Apex Theory brings their blend of hard rock, worldly sounds, oddball noises and insane lyrics to the intellegence starved youth of today.

    Forget all the stuff youíve heard in the past, The Apex Theory is not trying to immulate. When "Shhh...(hope diggy)" starts, you think youíre about to hear just another rock band, well, then the bottom drops out and you are left with spacey guitar riffs from Art Karamian and the oddball rantings of Andy Khachaturian.

    On the next track, "Bullshed," Khachaturian comes with some keyboards to accent the madness that is an Apex Theory song. As with the other tracks on the album, there are weird rantings and subtle themes covered by Khachaturian in his lyrics.

    While The Apex Theory can come off a bit too far out there at times, the music always comes back to the hook and allows you to gather yourself. Itís good to break conventional songwriting skills and pave your own path, and the Apex Theory has done just that.

    Samuel Barker is Senior Editor. Contact him at suma@rockzone.com.

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