Wim R. : Black Sunday started their career under the name of Psychotic Pain. In 2010 the decision was made to change their name to Black Sunday, as their music shifted to Hard Rock, even better Garage Rock, and a more Punky approach. In reality, Black Sunday is one and the same person, namely singer and guitarist Tricky-T. ‘Backyard Freaks’ is the second album from the band. Tricky-T played all the instruments on the album. Sometimes the accompanying biography is way out of line when describing the music or influences. But this time, the bio is spot on. The music on offering is not that impressive to say the least. Especially the vocals are below par. Mostly all of the songs are no longer than four minutes, and not really compositions that will last. The song ‘Without A Trace’ attempts to add some structure by adding a piano melody to it. But halfway through the song this song also becomes more of the same we already heard. There will be readers who like their music in this Garage Rock or punk like vein, but I think they will not be blown away by Tricky-T’s tricks.