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Acrosstheshield13
September 3rd 2012



791 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Frank>Wade...Wade is a fucking joke.

MrElmo
September 3rd 2012



1950 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Yes yes whatever, does your rating come from listening to the album or just being a hipster?

IfYouRun
September 3rd 2012



290 Comments


Looking forwards to this. Wish Frank was still in the band because they were brilliantly british.

auberginedreams
September 3rd 2012



5981 Comments


wade sucks and is fat.

Nikkolae
September 3rd 2012



4394 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

as much as i love the gallows that frank carter created (Grey Britain IS my favourite hardcore album ever) i gotta say im pretty impressed with what i've listened off of this, lately im singing "A!C!A!B!" all the time and got that riff from "Last June" stuck in my head, i truly honestly am really excited to see where gallows goes from here, and who would of guessed that wade would fit so nicely in this band after what he did on Alexisonfire (another one of my favourite bands), so i guess what im saying is that this seems like its gonna be a great album and that i want it to be released already /rant.

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MrElmo
September 3rd 2012



1950 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

good for you bro, that's the spirit!

JackSparrow
September 3rd 2012



1686 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Outsider Art and Last June were a major step up from the shitstorm that was Death Is Birth so I hope you're right.

cvlts
September 3rd 2012



8917 Comments


wasn't going to check out. guess i might

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Adabelle
September 3rd 2012



4161 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Where songs like “London Is The Reason” became the soundtrack to England’s 2011 summer riots


It was?

wade sucks and is fat.


Laughed harder than i should have at this

Spec
September 3rd 2012



26836 Comments


Never liked this band.

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
September 3rd 2012



1777 Comments


Hmm, I heard the band's last album, "Grey Britain" and decided it was quite aggressive in nature but also very diverse in terms of songwriting, lyricism,etc. This new album seems to be getting quite a lot of hype from the mass media, but I might still try it out. If it's even half as violent or venomous as their previous works it's gonna be a decent one.

thumbcrusher
September 3rd 2012



3546 Comments


didn't like the EP but the singles for this were good so i'm hopeful

2muchket!
September 3rd 2012



900 Comments


Grey Britain came out 2 years prior to the riots in this country, and I'd challenge anyone who's even into hardcore to state that it became the soundtrack.

After their first album I thought they sucked arse, true colours had promise but then the ep was flat and boring. I might give this a fair try as I'm not a brain dead arsehole who viewed gallows as some kind of quaint little BWITISH band bringing back single-handedly a jingoistic dad's army mental were we'd all give our children's eyes upto the royal family.

Oh and if you want to hear true shit, listen to Frank Carter's new band. They sound like a tribute band to the Darkness. Little sell out cunt.

AtavanHalen
September 3rd 2012



17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ooh yay, i'm not late for the international retard convention

please, continue posting everyone!

Captain North
September 4th 2012



6743 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

2muchket...I think you missed the point of the Britishness. It wasn't PRO British, it hated it's own country, but it was still very very from britain. Frank represented a lot of British youths with our shame of our own heritage

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
September 4th 2012



48561 Comments


we bite cover sweet


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JViney
Staff Reviewer
September 4th 2012



313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I didn't say it became the official soundtrack or anything like that. It's that a lot of themes (video and lyrics in particular) appeared very pertinent to the situtation. Any off the cuff remark made on these reviews gets picked on by any two-bit c*nt and it's incredibly boring.

Still not sure what you're on about with the whole "Gallows brining back Dad's Army, powdered egg and ration books" though. You should probably consult your Grr I'm Hardcore almanac again for that one.

Adabelle
September 4th 2012



4161 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I didn't say it became the official soundtrack or anything like that. It's that a lot of themes (video and lyrics in particular) appeared very pertinent to the situtation. Any off the cuff remark made on these reviews gets picked on by any two-bit c*nt and it's incredibly boring.


Okay then yeah i agree with you. Sorry

defjaw83
September 4th 2012



1763 Comments


Loved this review. Really eager to check this out now. Loved them with Frank up front and I haven't really heard much with Wade, but I'm looking forward to it.

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Aids
Contributing Reviewer
September 4th 2012



23652 Comments


Wade was probably the worst member of Alexisonfire let's be real here

George
Steele
Dallas/Ratbeard (tied)
Wade

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