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By Rich Hobson Subgenres can be ridiculous. From ‘goblin metal’ (which surprisingly wasn’t made up by the NME) to ‘sadcore’, rock bands are increasingly trying their hand at self-identification. But then, who can blame them? With over five decades of releases, innovations and experimentation, no genre is quite so complex or bloated with sub-genres as rock and metal. In its perpetual […]
“If the metal genre is usually a horror movie, Devil is Fine is its Oscar-bait counterpart.”
Laetitia Tamko has found the perfect balance between the grounded and the ethereal.
“… a place where subgenres are a secondary concern to making something which kicks ten-tonnes of ass.”
“If Here And Nowhere Else saw Cloud Nothings forcibly breaking out of a monotonous routine, Life Without Sound is the band finding themselves in a fresh, more considered world, and opening themselves up to a whole new future.”