The Joy of Violent Movement: BLACK GAIA review












"A maximalist approach that follows Ellis’ personal mission statement
of making music that can be equally light-hearted, brutal and
ecstatic... The album will further cement the band’s reputation for
crafting pummeling and furious material centered around equally
enormous power chords and arena rock friendly hooks, distorted
synthbass and Ellis’s shouting politically charged lyrics, lambasting
rampant commercialism and greed... One for the most explosive and
forceful rippers I’ve heard all year, and it’s so fucking necessary."

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