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http://www.slugmag.com/local-music-reviews/local-review-atomic-45-cauterized/

“ATOMIC 45 CAUTERIZED Self-Released Street: 04.04 Atomic 45 = System of a Down + Suicidal Tendencies + Corrosion of Conformity I love a band that goes for it unapologetically in their approach, not that they should be apologizing for anything. What I’m getting from Cauterized is an element of exuberance that wasn’t as present on Atomic 45’s previous material. These guys seem to embrace a humor that doesn’t make them silly by any means, but does help them stand apart from numerous metal/punk bands that are attempting a similar style. “Space Case” has elements of what I’m talking about: It hits hard and has a fun hook that I can see all sorts of scene kids dancing to in the slam pit. The one thing I would like to see from these guys is for them to go even more mental—to get more of an unhinged attitude in their stuff, but either way, there’s a good time to be had with these tunes. –James Orme”

"Atomic 45 Wake Up Dead Self-Released Street: 06.13 Atomic 45 = System of a Down + Rise Against + Anthrax I hate to be such a typical punk rock fan, but Atomic 45 are substantially better when they pick up the tempo and hit a little harder. “War Machine” is a standout tune on Wake Up Dead and comes at you decisively while hitting all the right places. That’s not to say that they should lose the emotion they so proudly demonstrate throughout the record—in fact, I think it makes them unique when it’s juxtaposed with their more forceful moments. I get the feeling that there are a lot of influences fighting for attention in this group. While the band works together, they are still figuring out how to edit themselves to get where they want to be musically. “Take” is another standout track that knows exactly what it wants to be, and the melody play between chorus and verse is very well-done. –James Orme”

James Orme -Slug Magazine - Local Review: Atomic 45 - Wake Up Dead

http://www.slugmag.com/articles/8449/Atomic-45.html