It has been a long while since we have heard anything from Serbian rock band Noyz? but the wait is over as the band return with their new single 12 Jinxes and what a mighty comeback it is. The single is outstanding, a thrilling brew of alternative metal, rock and grunge wrapped in a heated attitude drenched energy.
Noyz? was formed in 2004 by vocalist/guitarist Stevan ‘Sharkey’ Radoičić and found good success and acclaim for its infectious and well crafted sound, though arguably it was outside of Serbia where people were really connecting with the band, their homeland unable or unwilling to support and give real and full attention to metal and rock, a statement many muscular genre bands from the country make. The band worked hard, constantly gigging around their country and participating in festivals Around Europe to again great if not sustained responses. Around Europe though their music was lighting ears and the band through songs like the outstanding Happy- Hour In A Junkyard, Dreams, and The Sky Is Falling found a strong welcome and prolonged radio play, their music appearing regularly on shows like The Reputation Radio Show.
It is fair to say though disillusion with the scene back home won out and the band split in 2011. Sharkey is never one to stop making music though and finding a determination and resolve not to let the apathy back home win out, he has returned with the excellent 12 Jinxes taken from a forthcoming debut album. With bassist Ana “Anki” Joševski (ex-Synapse, Alhemia, Svartgren, Fandango) alongside him, the songwriter shows his sounds and writing craft is better than ever, the single the first step in the new fighting presence of the band in rock music and a truly impressive tease for the album ahead.
The song immediately shows its muscles with sturdy riffs and heavy probing bass lines. In to its stride the track is soon barging through the ear with a punk metal like presence bringing a mix of the urgency of an NOFX or Mindset X with the aggression of an Anthrax or Bloodsimple, though as ever Noyz?just sound like themselves. As the track explodes with sharp and mischievous lyrics and an irresistible wider fusion of sounds, it stirs up a grungier breath to its charge. The song fuels deeper infection through this further spicery recalling bands like Sick Puppies and Jane’s Addiction, and leaves one with no option but to press play again and again upon each ending note.
The song is a pure enthused pleasure and will ensure the wait for the new album will be impatient and very eager. 12 Jinxes is like the band has never been away and with the luck all bands need it will finally be the spark to trigger deserved wider recognition at home and abroad for the band.
To get your free copy of the track go to http://nocturnemagazine.net/vest/1546/noyz-preuzmite-numeru-12-jinxes and listen out6 and listen out for more sounds from Noyz? on The Bone Orchard podcast from The Reputation Radio Show.
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