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World Record is the sound of a young band on the verge of something brilliant. With a little more ti...
On the intial listen, World Record may come across as a boring punk tinged rock album the pales in c...
Another great Hertfordshire band...
Album Rating: 3.0
Album's alright, disagree about Far Q having filler. This has more filler than that.
Good review, tad short though.
These guys are one of those bands I know I should check out but probably won't, at least for a while. As for them being huge, the British music scene seems pretty weird to me- there is an appetite for 'alternative' and rock bands, but the only ones that become huge are often watered down from their past material (Biffy Clyro, Twin Atlantic are next) or have always seemed a bit watered down (You Me At Six etc). I don't really have any faith in the British public to sustain a band's career after the decline of bands like Reuben, Hundred Reasons, Nine Black Alps etc.
Digging: Big Fin - Ebb & Flow
Album Rating: 3.0
Need to sort out your capitalization and the song names etc but not a bad effort for a first.
Agreed mitch, their early work does (only slightly) overshadow this release. They're over-hyped and have came a long way in the space of a year - not highly recommended but worth checking up a couple of tunes.
Album Rating: 4.0
Cheers guys. I don't think biffy are gunna decline at the stage they are at (e.g Headlining Sonisphere) but yeah I agree it wouldn't suprise me if it happened to Twin Atlantic or You Me At Six. And I dunno if I would call Lower Than Atlantis over-hyped, they don't really seem that popular over here compared to the over upcoming bands.
It feels like 75% of your review just says that they're an exciting band but you don't say that much to explain why; there isn't much detail
But it's written relatively well grammatically and it's your first so I'll pos
Some bits are a bit clumsy though. The first paragraph just doesn't flow that well. If it were written a bit like this-
"Formed in 2007, Lower Than Atlantis are one of the most exciting bands emerging from the UK music scene today, earning growing attention from music press and fans with their brand of punk/melodic hardcore. "
Something like that I think works better
"If Lower Than Atlantis carry on maturing as they are they could be the next band to step up into the ranks of Greenday and Rise Against. The Band have realeased 2 Ep's and a full length album Far Q on a variety of labels with their latest World Record being released on A Wolf At Your Door Records and Sumerian records."
This bit isn't really necessary^^
"Even if you are not too interested in the genre this album is one you need to check out, it will pull you in and lodge itself in your brain for days.
And just add a bit more detail and explanations. "
Saying "you" a lot just sounds a bit amateurish. Try something like
"This is an album that will appeal to music fans beyond the boundaries of the genre, full of infectious hooks [or whatever is there], riffs" etc
Just some tips I think might make your style better
Digging: Say Lou Lou - Lucid Dreaming