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Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 May 2021

Triple J
40

Heaving with big iron ore riffs that feel like they've just been excavated from the earth.

Heaving with big iron ore riffs that feel like they've just been excavated from the earth.

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Review by David James Young David James Young

03 Mar 2020

Super Reviewer
30

Okay, let's look at the positives here: That's a tasty riff. Y'all must have been on that good kush when that bad boy came together. Instrumentally, this is really strong. My sole reservation is with the vocals - you either need to go full Crowbar and just howl the house down, or you need to give this the Cro-Mags treatment. The soft, semi-spoken vocals aren't gonna cut it. ...

Okay, let's look at the positives here: That's a tasty riff. Y'all must have been on that good kush when that bad boy came together. Instrumentally, this is really strong. My sole reservation is with the vocals - you either need to go full Crowbar and just howl the house down, or you need to give this the Cro-Mags treatment. The soft, semi-spoken vocals aren't gonna cut it. Go hard or don't go at all - seriously, this could absolutely work as an instrumental.

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Davo Thirroul

22 May 2020

40

The riff kings! Australia doesn't have a big Noise Rock act. These kids could be our METZ. Can't wait to see Syndrome played live. Feel the noise!

The riff kings! Australia doesn't have a big Noise Rock act. These kids could be our METZ. Can't wait to see Syndrome played live. Feel the noise!