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      The Glorious Rebellion 'Scholars of War' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      The Glorious Rebellion

      Scholars of War

      Sludgelord Records

      March 22, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio 

      The Glorious Rebellion is:

      Bill Myers III: guitarist/ vocalist

      CJ Orazi : bassist/ vocalist

      Zack Mitchell: drummer

       

      Hailing from Orlando, Florida The Glorious Rebellion formed in 2014 and have had a few previous EPs. They are described as noise rock and bloody hell, I don't know a damn thing about that genre. In which case, I put aside the genre thing and go full on with no expectations. These guys are goddamn heavy with a capital H. If I hadn't known better I would have aligned them with the NYC hardcore or Boston hardcore crowd.

      Scholars of War is only a 3 song EP and left me wanting so much more. This is the shit you blast when you absolutely hate everyone and want to belt out the lyrics to a god that doesn't listen. “This is Fine” has meaty vocals, sludgy “messy” riffs and a live sound that is raw and visceral. “Turn Around Bright Eyes” is in your face and blistering, with hardcore styled vocals, distorted gritty riffs and a punk influence. You will feel the anger and vitriolic energy of “Burn It Down Lemon” with it's almost ritualistic chanting “Take a walk with the fire...Laugh at all of its jokes” except this is no Crowley inspired chanting. Rather it is serrated and abrasive, lets-fuck-shit-up pandemonium. Horns up for this gem.

       

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