God Lives Underwater – Review

God Lives Underwater

by Scott Hefflon

As a cross-breeding of pop and computer software, God Lives Underwater creates a smooth sound that attracts both alternapop fans and ravers simultaneously. The digitized guitar sound plays catchy rhythms and the drumming blends both organic and electronic percussion into a pleasant hybrid of man-and machine-made music. The vocals, both in singing style and lyrical content, are similar to Alice in Chains, yet played in a cosmic pop setting, it doesn’t seem in the least derived. Beneath all the flash and flare of technology are some really well-crafted songs and heartfelt lyrics. While only a six-song EP, this should stir things up a bit.