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INHEAVEN - Vultures

If attitude really is everything, then INHEAVEN have it in spades.
INHEAVEN - Vultures
Published: 7:17 am, May 06, 2017
If attitude really is everything, then INHEAVEN have it in spades.

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All the best bands know where they belong. Be it soaring on arena ambition or closeted in basement mayhem, it’s only once they’ve measured that scale they can truly start to create their own world. With ‘Vultures’ it’s clear, INHEAVEN have found their place.

Like ‘Treats’ before it, ‘Vultures’ bristles with the sticky floors and darkened corners of basement indie clubs up and down the country. Snotty and full of attitude, it knows it looks good. It’s got swagger. It’s not going to conform, but it’s not going to be a dick about it either. It’s here for a good time.

All distorted rumble in a concrete jungle, it spits forth at speed. There’s no time for quiet reflection here. ‘Vultures’ lives in the moment; a bank job on your attention span, the getaway car running outside the doors. Your move, punk. Stephen Ackroyd

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