Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Don't Be Alarma Man

Alarma Man have welcomed the ideas of change and development over the years. Following the rough statement that is their first album, the band have taken the time in picking their new tools and instruments with care and consideration.

This care lead to the construction of the intermediary split EP with Knife And Ape and was chock-full of screams and shouts Moving on from that, the band now feature elaborate, non-chalant vocals, chant-like choirs, and a second drum set constantly bickering with the still knotty guitar patterns.

All this growth and expansion with Alarma Man led to the writing and recording of Love Forever which shows that the band are wiser and a bit more mature. And yet despite that, they still have enough restlessness to keep them young.

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