By Lane Oliver
When a band’s sound changes even slightly, it may divide their fan base substantially. But in Cloud Nothings’ case, it may draw in a whole new audience. Ones that could not get into their more poppy works will be flocking over to Attack on Memory, their third full length album. This album is rawer, darker, and more diverse than any of their previous works.
In case you missed it, I am doing this little Saturday Roundup each week. I will select three random bands that have been brought to my attention. I get a lot of submissions from bands, but I can’t review everything. So, I thought this little post series will help the bands in question gain a little exposure. Here are this week’s bands:
I am quite fond of instrumental bands and music. Without the presence of vocals, the music begins to speak for itself and creates a deeper meaning than any set of lyrics could do. This compilation features eight instrumental bands of different styles that are well deserving of attention and praise. You can view the track listing below as well as visit the band’s bandcamp sites.
Extreme News, Reviews And Interviews For Extreme Individuals