Chett's first full length album is filled with melodic modern rock with a sense of urgency reminiscent of hardcore or early grunge. "Weary Path" is very hard to classify because it doesn't fit any of the common molds. These muscular songs stand out from most modern music, while being reminiscent of early Soundgarden or Brandston.
There is some really excellent lead guitar on "Weary Path". The solo on "Maybe", left me screaming along. Other high points included the flowing rocker "Agogamy" and the Soundgardenesque "Burned".
"Weary Path" is a good album. If Chett shows this much intensity live they must leave audiences stunned on the floor.
Key Song: "Maybe"
Reviewed by: Jim McDonald
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