RAQUEL RIEMER / GOOD TIMES MAGAZINE
Borgo Pass? Runners up in the 1998 Long Island Music Festival, Recently Played at the Eatím Festival in
Las Vegas. What a Year! Borgo Packs Clubs from Amityville to Manhattan. Borgo
Passí Music Leans Towards the Original Metal of the 70's with the Distorted
Gibson Sounds Mixed with Heavy (Yet Understandable) Vocals. It Is this Gritty,
Intense Energy on Stage That Falls Just Short of Actually Handing out
Adrenaline to the Audience, Making Borgo Pass a Crowd Pleaser.
The Contract Between Vocalist Ed Sebastian Closing a Fist Around
the Microphone, and Swaying Back and Forth Almost Spitting His Lyrics at You
and the Calmness of Drummer Joe Wood Laying down a Rock-solid Beat with What
Looks like No Effort, Is Almost Comical. How Does Joe Stay So Serene While the
Other Guys and the Crowd Is at Their Boiling Point.?.
Who Knows or Cares Itís All Good Music Here
with Power and Emotion. This Is the Type of Band That You Just Donít Come to
See Them Play, You Feel Them!!!