Julian Webb

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Review by Rhys1802 Foxton Kings

12 Nov 2016

45

Dark and Atmospheric, the beats & production are top notch!

Dark and Atmospheric, the beats & production are top notch!

Oak Tree Suite

Review

Review by Rhys1802 Foxton Kings

25 Sep 2015

50

These guys are amazing live, a must see

These guys are amazing live, a must see

10PAST6

Review

Reviewed by comicon Foxton Kings

04 Jul 2012

40

Great; speed, thrash, punk, funk, motor cross mayhem, monster truck crushing exploding tanks with an eagle riding a death ray, track from 10past6: Red light. Lots of energy behind this one, with what begins as a floor stomper of a thrash chorus riff which drops into an immediately good funk / punk / metal / rap verses (think RATM crossed with Pearl Jam) the chorus is immediately punchy with dec...

Great; speed, thrash, punk, funk, motor cross mayhem, monster truck crushing exploding tanks with an eagle riding a death ray, track from 10past6: Red light. Lots of energy behind this one, with what begins as a floor stomper of a thrash chorus riff which drops into an immediately good funk / punk / metal / rap verses (think RATM crossed with Pearl Jam) the chorus is immediately punchy with decent hooks, the bridge did throw me off though as it seemed like a break in the mood from what would have been a solid track had it been done differently. South Park references aside this is a good track from the band and has a very impressive sound and production quality for a demo.

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10PAST6

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Reviewed by comicon Foxton Kings

04 Jul 2012

30

A chugging 4 chord verse leads us into this song carrying a definite hardcore vibe which isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it works here, the drop outs to the heavier pre-choruses definitely give the song a visual pull for the listener and lifts the scope of the song to a more epic and grander feel, the chorus is again more a thrash rendition of the same 4 chords which brings the song back to ...

A chugging 4 chord verse leads us into this song carrying a definite hardcore vibe which isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it works here, the drop outs to the heavier pre-choruses definitely give the song a visual pull for the listener and lifts the scope of the song to a more epic and grander feel, the chorus is again more a thrash rendition of the same 4 chords which brings the song back to be more grounded, ….. and then the bridge happens which builds from a drum and bass funk variation of the verse, into a short yet sweet wah solo to carry out the song. Rockin’!

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