Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM
Out of darkness, sometimes beauty emerges. This isn’t beauty by normal societal standards though, what we have here is a cathartic roar that screams against the night, the pure power of the human spirit pushing the demons back.
This is something that Brighton hotshots Tribe of Ghosts have made a key component of their very being, the quartet’s DNA threaded through with a glorious, spiralling light and righteous anger.
One of the new breed of metal bands taking their music into a unique direction, the sweetness that jags through Beccy Blaker’s almost ethereal vocals balances perfectly with the anguished howl of guitarist Adam Sedgwick as we rocket from the depths of purgatory into a bright new dawn.
With the additional firepower of Bound in Fear’s Ben Mason bringing his unearthly growls to the mix, it’s a knock-out punch that will break teeth and scour souls.
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