Lights Down

by In Evil Hour

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Mark the Dark
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Mark the Dark A true beauty of anger and passion that album is! Love the tight fast forward sound of the band, and what can I say about Alice: what a fantastic voice! Singing, shouting, screaming, no matter what kinda sound comes out of that skinny lady, it's just astounding! And in addition, they're a kick ass live band! So don't just buy the album, make sure you go to their concerts whenever you can! Favorite track: Don't Wake Up.
Liea
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Liea A tab bit less aggressive and noisy than the previous albums, yet more melodic in return. I picked Bitter as favorite track because it has the potential to become one of those evergreens that run on the radio time and time again. Seriously, everybody should give at least this track a listen - high probability you will like it! Favorite track: Bitter.
Michael Donovan
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Michael Donovan I've been doing this punk thing for a while now. It gets stale and boring sometimes. It takes a truly special band to snap me out of the funk I find myself in. This is that band. The last time I was this excited I was listening to Rise Against's The Unravelling. -- Lights Down continues the raging, powerful, wall of tuneful noise they have been putting out for several years. Must see them live somehow.
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released August 2, 2017

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In Evil Hour Darlington, UK

Based in the North East of England, In Evil Hour are a melodic punk rock band. Lyrically, their songs are centred around a continued frustration at the willful destruction of our shared planet, as well as a general disgust levelled at our plutocratic, militaristic society where social constructs such as class, nationality and gender dictate the opportunities human beings have access to in life. ... more

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