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Royal Blood Vinyl, CD & tapes by Royal Blood at Norman Records

Pal, I have no idea how to write a lengthy blurb about Royal Blood, because that's the point: their music exorcises excess and leaves us with nothing but the very point of it all. Heavy and little else, this economical duo have now released two r...read more »

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Royal Blood
How Did We Get So Dark?

Young British guitar-drums pairing Royal Blood have, as their press release makes clear, done very well for themselves since they made their debut in 2014. Can they keep the upward momentum flowing with follow-up How Did We Get So Dark? Well, quite possibly on the basis of these driving groovy rock tunes. Out on Warner Bros.

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Ten Tonne Skeleton

Royal Blood and their coarse rock 'n' roll made waves earlier this year, with a self-titled record full of grunge influence making for what our own reviewer called a "bland-fest". I have not been to one of those, but if you liked that record, you'll probably have quite a lot of time for this 7", which features single "Ten Tonne Skeleton" and its corresponding B-side, "One Trick Pony", on the flip. The two songs make a pretty good buddy cop show, if the cops were undercover agents pretending to be noisy songs.
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Royal Blood
Royal Blood

Rock two-piece Royal Blood have paid their dues doing lots of pleasant tearing up of shit in quaint environments, and are now set to release their self-titled debut, featuring the two singles that have won them love so far: "Little Monster" and "Come On Over". The record continues to try and amp everything up to a volume dial that reads MAX, so you can be overwhelmed by the drumming, roll with Ben Thatcher's gruesome vocal snarl and enjoy some nice old fashioned riffage.

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Figure It Out

Hottly touted bass guitar 'n' drums duo, Royal Blood with another cut of stripped-down, groove heavy, stonerish blues rock - like a cross between The White Stripes and Queens Of The Stone Age. With their debut album not even out yet, these are set to be huge with mainstream TV appearances, heavy radio play and endorsement by the likes of Arctic Monkeys. 
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