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thedisquiet kingdom
Artist: The Disquiet
Title: Kingdom EP
Genre: Rock / Post-Hardcore
Release Date: 15th January 2020
Label: Self-released

Review Flash

So because this shitty virus is trying to ruin our brand new 2020 I reached out to some mates of all genders and skin colour to try and help the artists that are suffering because they cannot tour at the moment. One of the bands that I will review as part of this project is THE DISQUIET. To categorize the sound of these guys is a task of its own: I would say it has a 90s alternative vibe to it, part Grunge and part Post-Rock (maybe even Post-Grunge). But no matter how you call it THE DISQUIET remind me of ALTER BRIDGE (yes that is a good thing, very good indeed). The opening song ‘Nothing Left’ is more than just a nice start it is the first hit; the song is quite complex instrumental-wise but it has radio potential none the less. And man! ‘Tolrah’ has this thick 90s vibe like CREED (but I like the vocals here even better) groovy heavy rocking at its best. This EP really is quite the treat.

Conclusion: If you dig mentioned bands or are just fucking curious after all the praise: check out THE DISQUIET!

Rating: 8 / 10

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