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Grey Britain (WEA U.K.)


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From the first moments of Grey Britain, it's clear that the increased attention to production has only strengthened the band's sound. Instead of relying on hardcore cliches like chugging guitars and gang vocals alone, Gallows has tapped into a diverse range of sound design to help paint a vivid portrait of a country that lies in shambles at the hands of its own citizens. The end result is dark, allegorical and extremely relevant. Deeply textured and highly melodic, Gallows' Grey Britain will no doubt rise as a positive development in the evolution of hardcore punk's volatile relationship with major labels.


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