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Review: 'Never Found'
'THe Human Condition'   

-  Genre: 'Rock' -  Release Date: '6th October 2017'

Our Rating:
The title track manifests as a thunderous industrial drum cutting through wailing sirens and a thrum of extraneous noise. The vocals, which enter the fray in the late seconds crackle, spat venomously through a loudhailer. The chugging guitars that launches ‘Come to Me’ intimates that the tension built through the first track may actually be sustained through the EP, but it doesn’t take long before the guttural vocals and desperation give way to clean, melodic singing and self-pitying angst.

They describe themselves as ‘a hybrid band’, and cite a ‘range of influences that are diverse and expansive… draw[ing] on the energy and dynamism of A Day to Rememeber and Funeral for a Friend, through to the cinematic appeal of Aiden and My Chemical Romance.

What this actually means is that there are some nice guitar parts, and these guys work execute some strong musical dynamics, but where menacing verses yield to poppy choruses, Never Found sound like a band conflicted and uncertain as to their identity.
  author: Christopher Nosnibor

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Never Found - THe Human Condition