Caring for Chemical Burns
Misery finds company and vice-versa as Sulfur Rain. Explains the extremity of nothingness, independent pleasures of being lonely, and why hopeless and helpless are two very different ideas. Lyric-heavy rock has never accompanied lyrics so heavy. Listen for a fleeting moment and one's perspective of living may be strangely tainted. Jackson is an artist with a faint and distant pulse. Insecurity ravishes any rhythm his soul may contain. Being someone so confused, stress-ridden, and spontaneous, he gradually has opened his ears to new theories of where emotion comes from, and why it can hurt more than any physical abuse. He is angry, but not crazed; young, yet far from naive. He possesses anxiety, but is learning to fight it away. Sulfur Rain. Is a compilation of Jackson's notes on the mind put to music, and he very well might just be on to something.