Under a Billion Suns There's something weirdly noble in the way these Original Grungesters keep on keeping on in the face of mass indifference. Mudhoney's saving grace is their… Under a Billion Suns There's something weirdly noble in the way these Original Grungesters keep on keeping on in the face of mass indifference. Mudhoney's saving grace is their… 2006-03-07 Mudhoney Indie Rock
Music Review

Under a Billion Suns (2006)

EW's GRADE
B

Details Release Date: Mar 07, 2006; Lead Performance: Mudhoney; Genre: Indie Rock

There's something weirdly noble in the way these Original Grungesters keep on keeping on in the face of mass indifference. Mudhoney's saving grace is their sardonic worldview, which is as touchingly sick as ever amid the horn-spiked, bluesy arrangements of their ninth CD, Under a Billion Suns. ''We're the empty shells of our former selves,'' howls frontman Mark Arm. Don't believe him.

Originally posted Mar 03, 2006 Published in issue #867 Mar 10, 2006 Order article reprints
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