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Hailing from California, Mad At Gravity were recently the focus of a furious bidding war. Bearing in mind they’d only played 10 gigs, you’d expect their debut to be mind-boggling. Instead, you get plodding rhythms, Slash-influenced guitars, a lot of chest-beating and the kind of cloying vocals that make Nickelback so irritating.

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