The Unkindness Of Ravens – I Used To Be So Pretty (EP – Sonic Fire Records)
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The Unkindness Of Ravens is a rather new and unknown duo from the UK, which has already released 2 singles. “I Used To Be So Pretty” is preceding their debut full length announced during of 2011. It all seems like they’ve released it on their own label Sonic Fire Records.
The 4 songs from this EP are quite tough and brutal, a bit reminding me of Suicide without electronics. The Unkindness Of Ravens indeed moves into hard and impressive guitar parts while a kind of broken beat section is driven throughout the songs. The female front vocalist sounds as sexy as wild adding a very own touch to the sound. I personally regret the too similar drum patterns, but totally enjoy the outstanding guitar parts.
The Unkindness Of Ravens stands for a very own approach in rock music. The upcoming album will probably reveal the real potential of the band!
Band: www.theunkindnessofravens.com / www.myspace.com/theunkindnessofravens
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