Monday, 11 March 2013
#55: Spectres - Hunger
Being described by Artrocker magazine as a “tornado tearing through a nail factory” while their Facebook bio simply states 'We are loud', Bristol-based four-piece Spectres are making music without compromise. Blending sheer abrasive walls of noise with ephemeral vocals that glide above the face-melting evisceration beneath them, seemingly unfazed. Their sophomore EP entitled Hunger is a step in a more experimental direction after 2011's Family and sees the dichotomy of understated vocals and balls to the wall noise really come to fruition.
This article was originally written for Little Indie Blogs. Read the rest of the review, and others, by clicking here.
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