With no less than half of the songs from the new album included in the set, the band are currently playing to packed houses with a setlist that proves just how current they remain.
The video is a reflection of a world where G.O.D (gold, oil, drugs) is money.
Each song is played for the most part as fast as you can, but there are moments in between filled with some hard and heavy riffs.
Frontman Kory Clarke, the renowned artist is known to put his political rebellion within his music and this album is a continuation of his consistent aggression…
Forming back in 2015, this band started bringing its brand of noise punk to everyone that wanted to hear it.
The album is the end result of a difficult road for the band that saw them ditch the originally intended release, go back to the drawing board and deliver what we now have with ‘Film Noir’.
Taking the old adage of “play each show like it’s your last” they rapidly turn everything up several notches and entertain us with several tracks from the excellent ‘Slit’ mixed in with tracks from the current release as well.
The Amorettes are the sort of band that Lemmy, were he still with us, would have gone up on stage to endorse and request that the audience “give them a chance.”
Genre: Grime punk Released by:Robotunes Release date:19 August 2016 Tracklist: 1. Hitlist 2. Bassline Bitch 3. Drums 4. Wave 5. TwitchLine-Up: Line up: Amy Love – Vocals, Guitar Georgia South – Bass, Backing vocals Be under no pretense, I don’t like grime, neither the stubborn dirt kind, nor the music genre. So when this EP […]