Brutal, raw, merciless hardcore punk. Nothing fancy, nothing polite, nothing for the sake of the compromise, no sell-out. Singer Frank Carter left Gallows in July 2011 and former Alexisonfire guitarist/vocalist Wade MacNeil replaced Carter in August 2011. The result of this fresh blood infusion, the third Gallows’ album it’s a very nervous, very intense, aggressive and loud record. No fills, no breaks, no This “new” Gallows are picking up from where The Exploited left out, although this is less metal flavored and heavily hardcore fueled punk with a good sense of Brit indie rock infusion. “Outsider Art” it’s an excellent sing-a-long type of punk rock anthem with a brutal hardcore breakdown. Simple and brilliant. Memorable and brutal. And this spirit it’s running throughout the veins of all the 11 tracks of the new release and grinding you into the ground. Can run, but can’t hide, Gallows will get you!
This is not brain surgery, not some sophisticated, abstract, meaningless s*it for pussies, but real punk. Green Day fans might suffer a sever heart attack or even a deadly brain stroke!! But damn, everybody loves you when you’re dead! 😆 Not recommended for Bravo readers and eMpTyV watchers. Quite refreshing in a world dominated by fakes and plastics, by tasteless replacement instead the real thing.
Love this shit!! Any other comment it’s bloody meaningless!!
01 – Victim Culture
02 – Everybody Loves You (When You’re Dead)
03 – Last June
04 – Outsider Art
05 – Vapid Adolescent Blues
06 – Austere
07 – Depravers
08 – Odessa
09 – NationsNever Enough
10 – Cult Of Mary
11 – Cross Of Lorraine
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