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Review: 'Broken Factory Windows'
'Bright Lights, Bright Lights!'   

-  Album: 'Bright Lights, Bright Lights!'
-  Genre: 'Heavy Metal' -  Release Date: 'November 2016'

Our Rating:
Citing influences including Small brown bike, Fugazi, Sunny Day Real Estate, Hot Water Music, and Jawbreaker, this Atlanta, GA, post-hardcore trio show some serious promise on this their debut album. Yes, there are some pop aspects to the buoyant, ebullient lead guitar lines, but the uptempo rhythm chug has some grit to it, as do the vocals, which are shared by Antony Natale (bass) and Clayton Nichols (guitar).

But then again, there are some real piledrivers: ‘Psychos in Love’ brings the speed-freak thunder of Motorhead combined with the sputum-flecked griminess of The Anti-Nowhere League. It’s not pretty, and nor is it supposed to be.

Over the 8 bruising cuts on ‘Bright Lights, Bright Lights!’ BFW show they’re not short on firepower, and these tracks blister and burn with fury and angst.

  author: Christopher Nosnibor

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Broken Factory Windows - Bright Lights, Bright Lights!