A horrible hack

Foxmoulder - Coma Regalia

Split

Year Released: 2014
Format: 5"
Label: Middle Man Records
 
Reviewed by Oli Saunders on Dec 6, 2014
Good band names. Here, on the format most vinyl enthusiasts love to hate, Foxmoulder produce a slow melodic build up before leaving a full minute in which to reap anguished screams. The ending is particularly good. Reasonably promising stuff, particularly given the current screamo climate. Coma Regalia have been around for a while now and make a more chaotic mess. They manage to fit in three songs though you could easily be led to believe it was one song with an outro. I like them and am pleased there are still a handful of bands and labels making this stuff.

6th December 2014

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