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Orchestra of Wolves by Gallows
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8/10 edd 12th July 2008

'kill the rhythm/smash the beat' are the first words, which ginger haired, tattooed Frank Carter screams, you hear on Gallows debut album. And what a debut album it is! Opener Kill the Rhythm is 3 minutes of perfect hardcore before we move onto the slightly more radio friendly Abandon Ship. Well, actually you'll never hear it being played on Radio 1 but who cares? I've never heard Mika take on the role of a captain telling his drowning passengers no one can escape. In the Belly of a Shark is another glorious hardcore workout, about how Frank would be eaten by sharks just to be with his loved one. Six Years sees him sticking up for his mothers justice. You get the impression that Frank may be a tad aggressive but who cares when the musics this good?

Ending on the slightly misognystic Orchestra of Wolves (sample lyric: You're no good to me if you can't even speak/I don't want you passing out, I want you sucking my dick) it is nonetheless an awesome song and concludes possibly the most important British hardcore debut in recent history.


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