Psycho Bitch was an extremely short-lived death metal band from Tacoma, Washington. They formed, released a single demo, and broke up in the year of 1993.
Everything is performed by one guy named Dan Englund. Usually, one-man bands suck ass, but this isn't that bad. The music he plays is more of the death/thrash variety. The blast beats are rather simple in structure and he spends most of the album playing a simple rhythm that focuses solely on the bass, snare, and hi-hat. However, there are moments where he throws in some double bass. Honestly, I wish there was more variety.
The bass can barely be heard, but it's there. They mainly play simple riffs that follow the guitars, but they do put on a great performance on the last song. Speaking of guitars, they mainly play a lot of basic thrashing riffs that are broken up by numerous power chords. They're not exactly original but at least they have a crunchy tone. He also plays a lot of frantic solos that make up for the unoriginal riffing.
The vocals are the weakest part of the album. Dan mainly performs a gruff growl that reminds me of early Deicide. They're not bad, but they're not all that interesting. Sometimes these growls are accompanied by impish rasps. Personally, I think these rasps are annoying. What's even more annoying are the audio effects he sometimes applies to his vocals. They can be heard on songs like “Cerberus” and “Judgment Day”. I don't know why he felt the need to use these effects. They don't add anything to the music, they just make the experience more aggravating.
Overall, this demo was really dodgy. It could have been great, but it was hindered by unoriginal, repetitive songwriting and annoying vocals.