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INHEAVEN - World On Fire

The sound of a band who are happy to let it all burn as long as they get to provide the soundtrack.
INHEAVEN - World On Fire
Published: 6:57 am, July 14, 2017
The sound of a band who are happy to let it all burn as long as they get to provide the soundtrack.

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INHEAVEN know their game. Darkened dive bars, walls painted black, strobes flashing. Sticky floors, booming speakers, flailing limbs. That’s the spirit that runs through ‘World On Fire’ - the sound of a band who are happy to let it all burn as long as they get to provide the soundtrack.

In a time where we’re told guitar bands aren’t supposed to even bother anymore, INHEAVEN are the strong arm refusing to back down. A throwback with the spark of something shiny and new, their split-vocal rage reigns defiantly against anyone who dare tell them they can’t be the most important noise in the room. Clenched fists and youthful abandon, they’re the sound of freedom and rebellion every generation needs. Stephen Ackroyd

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