Thursday, April 11, 2013

CD Review: Bovine-The Sun Never Sets On The British Empire(Releases April 12th, 2013)FDA Rekotz Records



The year has started out incredibly for music(at least what is being sent to me)I cannot speak for anyone else but this is an honor still to be able to do this for the labels and the bands as well.
For those of you that do not understand or listen to rock/heavy metal music then I cannot ever explain to you why this music is so good but if you gave some of it your attention it isn' t all bad and the bands do know how to play actual instruments and there is nothing pre-recorded for their shows it is all guitars, vocals, bass and drums sometimes with keyboards as well.
This is a such a mix of styles and the band being able to encompass this great style of music with such a divine understanding of grouping all this together makes for an incredible listening experience indeed.

Bands Bio:

Birmingham based sludge soaked ghetto rockers BOVINE will unleash The Sun Never Sets On The British Empire on April 12th via FDA Rekotz. A fire branded mix of KYUSS, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, early SOUNDGARDEN and BARONESS, BOVINE's bottom heavy and primal assault will surely leave many a listener convulsing on the floor. The band's tuneful and, at times, space proggish, approach to songwriting will make the experience as enjoyable as it is bone rattling.
Let the stampede begin.


Feeling like a stuck record this is blend of the difficult and the surreal as some of the songs sound particularly hard to drum to for starters.
Also folks this is their Debut album!!
Thank you for reading this
Sincerely
Anthony Nadeau