Elessar – Reflections EP

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With a spring tour around the UK mere days away, British alternative/pop punk band Elessar set the scene and tone with their debut EP, Reflections. It offers five tracks of infectiously appetising and thoroughly enjoyable rock ‘n’ roll which might not be bursting with major originality but certainly gives the listener a fun and rousing time; a success never to be sniffed at.

Formed last year, the Gloucestershire-based Elessar soon invited attention with video/single Arrogance that May. Its line-up consists of school friends in Ricky Powell (vocals/guitar), Alex Evans (guitar/vocals), Jack Gambling (bass) and Dan James (drums), and it is fair to say that the quartet took little time to hit and earn a potent reputation on the local live scene swiftly expanding outwards from their first steps as a band. The Reflections EP is the outcome from the band working and recording last year with Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses), a release seemingly a long time in the unveiling from that first single but soon revealing the rich potential of Elessar.

art_RingMasterReviewIt opens with that first single, and straight away Arrogance has ears welcoming a sturdy wall of hungry riffs and swinging rhythms. Things relax a touch as the vocals step forward though grooves still engagingly flicker and hooks bite through the guitars as those initial rhythms continue to command attention with their tenacious and weighty persuasion.  Hitting its stride in no time, the song soon offers a contagiously rousing chorus and an enticing mix of varying intensity and eventful twists; all fine elements in the anthemic proposal that body and voice cannot resist getting involved in. It is a great start and easy to see why the track made people look up last year, and a success potently backed by the following likes of My Skin and Holding Back.

The first of the two shares a more melodically tempting lead into its proposition though again bass and drums unite to create a formidable spine and thumping drive for what becomes an increasingly fiery encounter unafraid to ebb and flow in attack and raw energy. Holding Back, in comparison to the almost imposing drama of the previous track, unveils a pop catchy character to its vivacious dance with ears and imagination. Hooks and melodies leap and lure like flames in the track’s robust fire, licking at the senses rather than burning them but asking and earning attention with every enjoyable twist and turn.

On the surface a casual listen finds a similarity between the songs on the EP, but deserved focus provides the window to some stylish and emotively fired individuality. Empty Frames is a song though which needs no extra effort to see its uniqueness; punchy beats and a brooding bassline the lure into inflamed melodic enterprise and spirit arousing energy accentuated by a subsequent drop into minimalistic moments of vocal caresses within an evocative ambience.

Goodwill completes the EP with its strong and captivating presence, though it does not have the same kind of effect on personal tastes or the same level of creative drama as its predecessors even in a certainly dynamic body. All the same, the song is a fine end to a release which suggests that Elessar warrants real attention, certainly if bands such as Taking Back Sunday, You Me At Six, and Lower Than Atlantis ring your bell.

The self-released Reflections EP is out on CD and Digital Download April 22nd via iTunes and other stores.

Elessar Spring Tour:

 27.04 – Manchester, Factory

28.04 – York, Fulford Arms

29.04 – Newcastle, Space Bar

30.04 – Leeds, Eiger Studios

01.05 – Stoke, Underground

02.05 – London, Nambucca

05.05 – Cheltenham, 2 Pigs

06.05 – Cardiff, Undertone

07.05 – Truro, Charlies Bar

08.05 – Exeter, Cavern

09.05 – Birmingham, The Rainbow

10.05 – Bristol – The Louisiana

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Pete RingMaster 22/10/2016

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Day Old Hate – First Light

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Recently Oliver Swift, vocalist of UK alternative rock band Day Old Hate said of their new release, “We wanted to write better songs then we ever had before,” going on to add that “Making brave decisions and pushing ourselves out of our comfort zone was a must; it was an intense experience – we pushed ourselves to write the best Rock record we could. Overall, it feels like a more authentic representation of Day Old Hate than anything that’s come before.” It is fair to say that First Light more than backs up his words and the band’s intent with its quintet of rousing and dramatically dynamic songs. The EP simply hits the spot, fulfilling the band’s early potential whilst still suggesting there is plenty more to come and be discovered ahead.

Formed in 2012, the Leeds band made their first attention grabbing proposal with the Distances EP a year later. Recorded with Dan Lancaster (Don Broco, Lower Than Atlantis, Mallory Knox), the encounter was a well-received introduction backed by their potent live presence and subsequently the Dan Mizen (Twin Atlantic, Bring Me The Horizon) recorded single Tides in 2014. Last year saw Day Old Hate release the video to Tides and be premiered as BBC Introducing’s track of the week in the February before going on their first UK headlining tour in April and releasing second video for the single Living Without You, again to strong support. It is easy to sense though that things are going to get far busier for the band with the release of First Light which they recorded late last year with Romesh Dodangoda (Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend, Motorhead); it an impressive declaration of a band growing fully into their sound and breaking open the imagination to new adventure and creative exploits.

First Light Artwork_RingMaster ReviewFirst Light hits ears with its title track first, enveloping them in a rich spicy guitar coaxing before pungent rhythms and attitude loaded riffs join the affair. It is a potent invitation which only blossoms further as the song relaxes into a muscular stroll graced by the quickly impressing tones of Swift and prowled by the deliciously dark, almost predatory bass line of Josh Flynn. With rapier like strikes from drummer Ed Dennis, there is no escaping the imposing nature of the song yet its forcefulness is tempered perfectly by the melodic and fiery enterprise of guitarists Ben Fletcher and Will Smith, from riffs to hooks and incisive grooves, their imagination as dynamic as rhythms are commanding and vocals highly persuasive.

There is a touch of Mallory Knox to the band’s sound in certainly the opener filtering through the EP and for less obvious reasons a Jimmy Eat World essence but Day Old Hate only allow them to flavour something which though maybe not boldly unique is certainly distinctly theirs, more evidence coming swiftly in second track Secrets. There is a less aggressive nature to the song than in its predecessor but it still provides a mighty punch on the senses and an inflamed roar on ears potently led by the strong vocal strains of Swift. The tapestry of sound and ideation is again unpredictable and skilfully woven whilst providing an easily accessible and boisterous proposal easy to get involved in, just as the following contagious canter that is Fifteen where jabbing hooks and spicy melodies collude in an addictive lure as the vocals add emotive tenacity. The relatively reserved beginning subsequently erupts into a virulently charged bellow before returning to start the brewing success all over again resulting in a thumping anthem of energy and captivation which almost alone makes First Light a must look at.

Minutes, Hours, Days dances on ears next with its driving riffs and eager revelry, coaxing the listener into another healthy involvement before Don’t Chase Me closes the EP with arguably its catchiest offering, though all qualify in some way. With mellow reflections around infectious strolls, the song is a magnetic slice of pop rock easy to see netting a fresh catch of new eager ears on its own.

Day Old Hate has grown as a band, founding new depths in all areas which only command attention as evidenced by First Light. As suggested it feels like the tap has only just been turned on though with the potential of even bolder and richer adventures to come as the band builds on the suspected big success of their latest heftily enjoyable encounter.

First Light is released worldwide on Feb 12th across most online stores.

Upcoming Day Old Hate live dates:

19/02/16 – Black Heart, Camden

20/02/16- The Key Club, Leeds

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Pete RingMaster 11/02/2016

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Go Primitive – 100 Ways EP

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If you are looking for a slice of rousing alternative rock then taking a punt on the new Go Primitive EP would definitely be a good move. Featuring five tracks which seriously stir ears and appetite alike, the release is a sparkling offering from a UK band heading towards strong attention. Admittedly the 100 Ways EP employs many recognisable flavours within its tapestry of creative contagion, but what it lacks in major surprises it heavily makes up for in fresh adventure and creative tenacity.

Hailing from Rugby in Warwickshire, Go Primitive has been making a potent name for themselves locally and further afield, luring in an increasing horde of fans and media attention. Live the quartet of guitarists/vocalists Tomm E Williams and Adam White, bassist Dan Teale, and drummer Ben Goodwin has earned a reputation for adrenaline fuelled live performances, sharing stages with the likes of Mallory Knox, We Are The Ocean, The Subways, Lonely The Brave, Hawthorne Heights, and Yashin along the way. Now they are set to provoke national spotlights and support with the Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses) produced 100 Ways, a success easy to see being within its highly enjoyable persuasion.

It opens up with Breathe In, Bleed Out Go and instantly fires up ears and imagination with a rousing vocal roar against firm beats and the inflamed tempting of guitars. It is a relatively restrained but rich start quickly working on thoughts and emotions, expanding its potency as fiery melodies collude with shadowy rhythms within the persistently provocative vocal cry. References have already been made to bands such as Lower Than Atlantis, Mallory Knox, and Don Broco when talking about Go Primitive, suggestions easy to understand from the opener alone.

100_Ways_RingMaster Review   Its impressive presence is soon eclipsed by the excellent In A Band, a slice of rugged pop rock with a host of addictive hooks and tenacious enterprise around the excellent vocal union of Williams and White. The track is pure temptation; every lick of a riff, swing of a beat, and dance of a syllable virulent incitement impossible to avoid getting physically involved in let alone ignore.

The Sun Will Rise takes over next, its more fiery textures and sonic tone also a swift invitation with inescapable bait laid down by the anthemic craft and jabs of Goodwin. The bass of Teale is a darker coaxing too, it’s throaty prowl less intrusive but just as magnetic in the captivating emotive croon of the track. With a great tempestuousness to its air and touch, the song carries a volatile edge which hints at more than it realises but adds tension and attitude to the stormy music surrounding the excellent vocals.

The EP’s most virulent moment comes in the niggling hook of Save Your Self, it initiating the quickly blossoming slice of sinew crafted and melodically spicy rock ‘n’ roll. The track is another highly persuasive and anthemic stomp tempting feet and emotions with a web of nagging grooves and spidery sonic imagination, perpetually veined by an infection of rhythms and repetitious invention not forgetting that gripping first enticement.

Coming to a more than solid close with the highly flavoursome and emotively honed What You Pay For, an initial seeding of creative prowess which blossoms to greater and more riveting success with every listen, 100 Ways is a thoroughly enjoyable and exciting introduction to Go Primitive. It is hard not to imagine, as the band grows and evolves a more unique sound, that they will further come into their own and truly stand out on the crowded alternative rock landscape. More of the same next time would go down rather well too though.

The 100 Ways EP is out now @ http://goprimitive.bigcartel.com/product/100-ways-e-p

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Pete RingMaster 02/12/2015

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Calling Apollo – Hunter |Gatherer

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Though not a slow burner, the five track encounter making a potent impression first time around, it is fair to say that Hunter |Gatherer from UK quintet Calling Apollo just gets bigger and more impressive over each and every listen. It is a proposition which suggests that its creators is still a band evolving and discovering their ultimate sound but powerfully hinting that when they do it will be something to get very excited over. To be honest Hunter |Gatherer is already an attention grabbing proposal which whips up a keen appetite and anticipation in return for its mix of familiarity and fresh invention; the EP a potent step in the full emergence of one very promising band.

Rising from Cardiff towards the end of 2012 as a quartet, the band spent time creating and honing their sound inspire by artists such as Deftones, The Cure, Funeral For A Friend, Thrice, The Doors to Kings Of Leon, Nine Inch Nails, and Muse amongst many. Vocalist Christian James Neale was recruited early the following year before the five-piece hit the live scene, starting with a show in Newport which earned rave reviews. This was followed by the release of the band’s debut EP Vessels; an encounter self-recorded in a tiny box bedroom in Barry and released as a free download to great responses. In 2014, Calling Apollo ventured into the studio for the first time, recording the Clone City/1945 single. It was a greedily received offering by fans and underground media alike, a success easy to see repeated and more by Hunter |Gatherer.

Picture 133   The release opens with the meaty tones of Hunter, riffs and rhythms a pungent proposal from the off entwined with inviting melodic strands of guitar. Though there is a recognisable air to the song quite early, its busy enterprise and imagination means there is a strong unpredictability to the encounter. The vocals of Neale instantly hold attention, his presence with a melodic embrace around him bringing a Placebo essence to wrap the robust rhythms of drummer Zak Woolf and bassist Luke Walters. The pair in turn provide an anthemic but also tempestuous canvas for the guitars of Kevin Williams and Dan Hughes to colour and spiral from whilst rawer backing vocals compliment Neale to good effect. The song does not leap out at the imagination and emotions as maybe it should have given its creative endeavour, but it certainly awakens keen interest which is more heavily inspired as each subsequent song comes forward.

The following In This City makes a gentle guitar caress on ears initially, its melodic romance swiftly reinforced by the mellow tones of Neale. As it entices, the pairing breeds a rising intensity which erupts in a controlled but tempestuous stroll of agitated rhythms and sonic tenacity. Once in full swing the track is a captivating contagion of emotive expression, revealing the one reference which dominates all when describing the band’s sound. Though there is a great variety to the music, it is Billy Talent which this and following songs most remind of, Calling Apollo sculpting the same impassioned, hook loaded adventure the Canadian band is so adept at

The outstanding encounter makes way for Chemical Breaker, a song which also makes a restrained entrance equipped with radiant melodies and stirring rhythms before boiling up into a more turbulent and engrossing proposal. Though it does not constantly have the same dramatic spark as its predecessor, it is a track which becomes more volatile and fascinating minute by minute and over time, setting up emotions and a now hungrier appetite nicely for the closing pair of richly enticing songs.

Monsters has moments where its potency is more diluted than in other instances within its body but when bounding along with boisterous and dynamically striking enterprise it is a mouth-watering exploit. Even its less fiery essences provide an enthralling incitement to be held firmly by. Melodies and vocals never lack emotive energy whilst the more controlled aspects of the song where the band for personal tastes could have pushed themselves into darker more unpredictable waters, do not hang around long enough to defuse the aggression and voracity of sound and song.

Enjoyable as it is though, Gatherer quickly outshines its predecessor, its opening breeze of melodic coaxing around a shadow kissed bassline tantalising. The lure only thickens as floating harmonies and the voice of Neale open up the narrative, bringing one irresistible hook in voice alone to the chorus. The absorbing song continues to hug the web of guitar intrigue and craft wrapping ears, its reflective elegance a warm breeze eventually heading into a more rugged wind of energy and intensity to bring even greater pleasure. The track is a fine end to a thoroughly engaging release.

Produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Kids In Glass Houses/Funeral For A Friend), Hunter |Gatherer is a highly satisfying next step for Calling Apollo. It comes loaded with potential and a hope that the band really kicks on and boldly explores their already quite individual sound. Those hints of uniqueness within the release, combined with more familiar yet potent influences, makes EP and band a must check out recommendation.

Hunter |Gatherer is available now via Signal and the Noise Records via https://callingapollo.bandcamp.com/album/hunter-gatherer

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RingMaster 26/05/2015

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ELESSAR show ‘Arrogance’

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Spanking new energetic Punk pop crew Elessar nationally release their brand new video for ‘Arrogance’, out now and viewable at…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RErpG6UC5k&feature=youtu.be .

 

Gloucestershire new guns, Elessar, are braced to stamp their own imprint on the currently buoyant Brit-rock scene with their stunning brand of contagious punk rock. By pulling from the powers of Kids In Glass Houses, Blink182 and Taking Back Sunday, the South-West crew unleash a captivating sound that warrants attention.

 

Formed in 2015 by school friends, Ricky Powell (Vocals and Guitar), Alex Evans (Guitar and Vocals), Jack Gambling (Bass) and Dan James (Drums), the four piece melodic punk rock outfit have wasted no time in hitting the live circuit. Already, the band have been praised for delivering energetic live performances and have wooed audiences from Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester and London to Exeter and beyond.

 

The ascending tunesmiths have now just finished working on tracks with esteemed producer Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses) and the first of which, ‘Arrogance’, will be nationally released this May. ‘Arrogance’ showcases the band perfectly with a truly delectable hook that is duly supported by weaving riffs. These punk rockers wield a sharp knack for killer melody, and with key management now in place courtesy of UAC, big things will happen this year. Stay glued to Elessar’s sites for announcements.

 

Watch ‘Arrogance’ right now at

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RErpG6UC5k&feature=youtu.be

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Leopards – Future||Fate||Forever

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It seems like we have been enthusing over a torrent of impressive debuts from and introductions to truly promising bands this year already, and taking their place in that list is certainly UK alternative rock band Leopards who are about to unveil their new EP Future ||Fate ||Forever. A five track blaze of melodic rock infectiousness and alternative tenacity, the encounter is a highly appetising and imaginatively crafted adventure which maybe does not quite push the band head and shoulders above a flock of similarly flavoured propositions but definitely allows the band’s presence and potential to shine and grab attention.

The Manchester quintet emerged in 2010, weaving in inspirations from bands such as Mallory Knox, Don Broco, Natives, and Lower Than Atlantis into their own fresh ideation. Their live presence was soon putting the band on the map locally as did with broadening success early releases, though it was the release of the track Have Heart last year that a wider attention was nudged. It is a spotlight easy to see being properly awakened by the Romesh Dodangoda (Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend and Twin Atlantic) produced Future||Fate||Forever hereon in though.

That notion is soon raising its suggestiveness with opening track Save Yourself. In a single breath the potent rhythms of drummer Rhys Gibson are framing a blaze of melodic enterprise cast by the guitars of Ben Corbett-Mills and Craig Henderson, through which a just as flavoursome bassline from Billy Fletcher adds its shadowed expression. The strong start relaxes in intensity as the swiftly impressing vocals of Jenna Clare begin unveiling the song’s narrative, a dip embracing her warm tones but keeping the already fascinating character of the song as potent as before. The PromoImage-2-600x599feisty hard rock weight and energy begins lapping over ears with tidal regularity as the whole song progresses, ebbing and flowing across its length and around the broadening enterprise of guitars and vocals. Speared by the rhythmic tenacity of Fletcher and Gibson, the track continues to grow, edging nearer to a climactic chorus which steals the song’s show ultimately as Clare roars with passion and a melodic tang which grips her delivery.

The impressive start continues to hold ears and attention tight as both Promise Me and Take Control dance with creative vivacity over the senses. The first of the two twists and flirts with a pop rock invention and unpredictable imagination next, occasionally stopping in its tracks for brief seconds to wrong-foot and spark new adventure to the superbly spun sound. Aligning itself to this is an anthemic bellow which again finds its focal point through a pungent chorus that easily recruits the listener’s own endeavours to its cause. Its successor bounds in with similar energy and creative hunger, and again is unafraid to shuffle up its attack and flavours. It is, as the EP, probably fair to say that the songs are not creating new templates for alternative and melodic rock, but equally they bring a fresh and invigorating proposition which leaves pleasure full and interest in Leopards eager.

The outstanding Broken Family steps up after, this a song which in some ways draws on the existing qualities and successes of the previous songs on the EP to shape its own infectious temptation. There is maybe a touch of similarity across the quintet of songs as well as an unmistakeable Paramore essence, but each and proven powerfully here, explores its own distinct and captivating identity whilst keeping ears and emotions firmly enthused. The catchiness of the song is irresistible pop rock at its most potent, firing up body and imagination ready for the closing charms of April. The final song emerges on an almost tribal spread of rhythms, Gibson instantly enslaving an instinctive like as Clare croons with siren-esque elegance within the melodic hug of guitars aligned to darker bass shadows. Once again Leopards hold attention and pleasure in the palm of their creative hands, something Future||Fate||Forever does from start to finish with ease.

The EP is a thoroughly enjoyable first major prod at national attention, and confirmation for those in the know that Leopards is a band with very healthy and impacting horizons just waiting for them if they want them.

The Future||Fate||Forever EP is available from February 23rd physically @ http://leopards.bigcartel.com/product/future-fate-forever-physical-ep and digitally through all stores.

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RingMaster 23/02/2015

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Syren City – Escape EP

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Seemingly labelled as post hardcore, UK rockers Syren City has a sound which almost defies tagging as it employs a wealth of rich flavours such as punk and metal through to alternative and hard rock, and that is still only scratching the surface. It makes for a rousing incitement as evidence by their new EP Escape, a release which is best described as one almighty roar. Consisting of five tracks which twist with the flair of a pole dancer and has more moves than a senses ravaging roller coaster, the band’s new proposition is quite simply a ferociously compelling and thrilling adventure.

Hailing from Bristol and formed in 2011, Syren City took little time to light up venues around Wales and England, supporting the likes of Turbowolf, The Alarm, Max Raptor, Futures, Young Legionnaire, Attack Attack, and Blitz Kids, whilst festival appearances has seen them share stages with bands such as Brand New, Don Broco, We Are the Ocean, Mallory Knox, Kids in Glass Houses, and Feed The Rhino. Their live performances and their impressive portion of a split EP with fellow Bristolians and metalcore band Koshiro, has led to keen anticipation for Escape, an appetite fully fed by the impressive collection of contagious anthems.

The band hits top gear straight away with opener Bleed. It is a rampage of a song, heavy hitting and rigorously coaxing rhythms from drummer Louis Catlett aligned to the throaty lure of Adam Armour’s bass, an irresistible entrance soon PromoImageenhanced by the scything riffs and chords provided by guitarists Ian Chadderton and Adam Hopton. Instantly there is a feel of Foo Fighters to the muscular persuasion which increases as vocalist Simon Roach reveals his strengths. With gripping backing vocals and shouts adding to the incendiary array of hooks lining the charge, there is also an essence of Max Raptor and the now defunct Always The Quiet Ones to the stomp though all mere spices to something openly distinctive to Syren City. The track continues to set a fire in ears and emotions, its unpredictable invention and side steps in its imaginative emprise as swiftly addictive as the face on tempest of aggression and melodic enterprise.

The stunning start is followed by Our Disease, another track taking mere seconds to seduce senses and passion with its vocal bellow. This bait leads into a punkish antagonism in voice and sound before it in turn evolves into a hard rock stride. As it predecessor, the song mixes up gait and attack with seamless and skilled resourcefulness, never relinquishing its grip on ears and imagination with its increasingly catchy and enterprising temptation. It does not quite match the opening triumph, due to the majesty of that song, but easily ensures that the EP continues to inflame body and emotions as does its successor Fire In Your Name. The third song unveils an enticing sonic groove straight away which rapidly makes way for the potent lead and backing vocal mix, before returning to bind a stroll of punchy beats and raw riffs. As with most songs, that earlier mentioned post hardcore essence is a rich colour to the canvas of the track, but as with all it comes soaked in variety and diversity, melodic hues and a metallic sonic veining adding to the pop punk seeded emotive howl of the song.

The treats keep coming as Long Way Down enters the affair next. The blend of raw and aggressive confrontation within Roach’s predominantly melodic coloured vocals alone make a rigorously enticing offering whilst grooves and hooks in the heavily swinging tempest of the song, only add to its addiction sparking tendencies. The track shows a more savage side to the band’s sound and songwriting whilst still embracing their melodic natures; providing yet another highlight before final song Asphodel brings it all to an infectious close. Revelling in a hard and melodic rock web of enterprise, the song bulges with rhythmic sinews and fiery sonic endeavour whilst vocally Roach impresses once more as does the contributions of the band in the same department. At times raging with nostrils flaring and in others an evocative croon, the track is a mighty end to a similarly impacting release.

Escape is a riveting encounter from a band easily living up to the buzz around them whilst even in its impressive presence and success, revealing the potential for much more in Syren City.

The Escape EP is available now @ http://syrencitymerch.bigcartel.com/

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9/10

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