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Exit Calm

"with ragged vocals and swathes of widescreen guitar effects reminiscent of early verve, south yorkshires four-piece Exit Calm have a penchant for all things epic" (Q MAGAZINE.

The time is now for Exit Calm.

Two years of committed touring has built up a dedicated and adoring following, mesmerised by the monumental, rousing sound of the South Yorkshire four piece.

Coming from the Northern school of integrity and determination, their hard work ethic means they’re now reaping dues through their debut album, which is sure to be one of the debut's o ...read more

"with ragged vocals and swathes of widescreen guitar effects reminiscent of early verve, south yorkshires four-piece Exit Calm have a penchant for all things epic" (Q MAGAZINE.

The time is now for Exit Calm.

Two years of committed touring has built up a dedicated and adoring following, mesmerised by the monumental, rousing sound of the South Yorkshire four piece.

Coming from the Northern school of integrity and determination, their hard work ethic means they’re now reaping dues through their debut album, which is sure to be one of the debut's of the year, "Exit Calm", produced by Paddy Byrne (Unkle, The Hours) and renowned mixer and remixer, Ulrich Schnauss.

The all-consuming intensity of this collection of 11 epic songs would scare most guitar bands to death. Its ambition and scope is breathtaking. They have huge textured atmospheric guitars, amazing grooves and an inspired and enigmatic singer who evokes a maelstrom of emotion from even the simplest melodies.

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LPs
The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be
09/23/2013

3.3
2 Votes
EPs
Exit Calm
2010

3.2
7 Votes

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