Album: self-titled (1993)
Label: Cleopatra Records
Style: Goth Rock
Songs: 10


Reviewed by: Darklight

This is a goth rock band that features no electronics or synths in their music. This could be why all of the songs on this album sound the same. You can only get so creative with a guitar, bass, and drum set. Also, there are no beautiful female vocals to be found here, either. Screams For Tina is a basic and bland goth rock band that doesn't do anything new or creative. The music is solid, straight forward, and somewhat catchy. The vocals are typical deep voiced male vocals. The songs only reach about three minutes each, and never get too exciting. The singer proved a couple of times on this album that he could rage with anger, but never went anywhere with it. Instead he sings exactly the same on every song. The music in these songs never really changes, either. This is a decent goth rock album for the most part, but don't expect to hear anything unique or original.