in 1993 in Colorado's largest city, Denver. Their sound is said
to be their own brand of high tech, high tensile metal. It is metal,
but at times, that the band seems unorganized and their parts don't
work together to well. Most of the time they play together nicely
on "Hiding from the Sun," but every so often it seems
like a wall of sound. The twelve tracks on this CD produced a few
decent songs and they include "Delusional Fornication,"
the title track "Hiding from the Sun," "Bloodrush,"
and "Scarless Torture." There are really no exceptional
songs on this disk, but they do have some stuff that can get you
going. If these guys can get some studio help and improve on the
tightness of the band, Tread could get signed to a label that supports
Nu-Metal bands. Otherwise they might stay a third rate Korn type