LABEL: Feud Music
FIVE WORD REVIEW: Ferocious rock grunge riff monsters.
LOCATION: South of England
LINE UP: Guy and Greg Combrinck, Ian Harper (Guitar/Vocals), Tom Syrett (Bass)
WHAT’S THE STORY?: Brothers Greg and Guy Combrinck began work on songs in South Africa and eventually made their way to the UK to begin their search for other members to add to their band. They searched up and down the land for the right mix and soon found it. Feud then toured extensively up and down the country and picked up critical acclaim for their EP ‘Out From The Inside.’
The group’s current album ‘Waterdog’ gets off to a pulsating start with the rocking ‘Dying To Meet You.’ The frantic ‘Don’t Cry’ keeps up the tempo and the lyrics are delivered with the same ferocity as the razor sharp riffs, ensuring that you keep bopping. ‘Caroline’ is a hypnotic anthem of a song delivered over a decent enough beat and ‘Tearaway’ is a little more aggressive. By now you’ll sort of understand what this album is about. ‘Get Out’ though is the accomplished stand out track which dices sweet melodies with predominant drums. The album pulls no punches and is definitely one for rock heads but more atmospheric compositions may help push the band up a notch. Turn up the volume on this and it will probably shake the house down.
SOUNDS LIKE: Foo Fighters.
YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: you adore Rock and Grunge.
Submitted By L.Heath