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No Consequences
by: Braindead

April 28th, 2009 · post by Chris Walktall · Make a comment

Record label: Burn Bridges

Last Hours is, in essence, a loose affiliation of people who like melodic hardcore, so I feel lucky to have got my hands on the new album by one of the most exciting up and coming bands of that genre, Braindead.

No Consequences really does everything I says on the tin, an example for others to follow. Heavier than With Honour or Ignite and not as spazzy as Deny Everything. It is an undeniable good album, possibly very good, but does not break any moulds. Most of the songs clock in around 1.30mins, the exceptions being Dear Alison which runs to 3.40 without every dragging, and the last track (7 min) which ends in a wall of fuzz, again without becoming dull.

If your just getting into melodic hardcore than I recommend you pick it up asap if you’ve been into it a while it’s still worth getting your hands on if you have some spare cash.

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