The reason I like bands like "The Crystal Method" and "The Chemical Brothers" is that their music sounds like (and usually is) the soundtrack to a really cool action movie. The music is furious, the lyrics are clever wordplays that don't make sense (and don't need to), and it gets your blood pumping. Overseer's "Wreckage" is almost as good as those two bands.
After years of production and several delays, Wreckage, the debut album from Overseer, is finally here and ready to set the world ablaze. More than likely, you've probably already heard a good number of these tracks, seeing as how they've been used in the soundtracks of multiple movies, video games, and TV shows. While there really isn't anything that hasn't already been done on this album, the songs themselves provide a genuine and refreshing glimpse into the mind of Rob Overseer and his vast imagination..
No matter whether you are the biggest fan of Overseer, or have never heard of them before, you would have doubtlessly heard their music. Many of the songs featured on this album have been played on the TV, in games, or in movies. Examples include 'Supermoves' being played in both The Matrix and Snatch, 'Horndog' played in Eurotrip, and 'velocity Shift' and 'Basstrap' both being played in the game Stuntman. Understandably, there will be some who do not like this, but I find it fairly hard to categorise this ..