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Album Review

The debut album from the young Leeds-based indie band sides with the post-punk revivalists in its jerky, rattling dancefloor rhythms, scything punk guitar, and swaths of cold keyboard backing. But ¡Forward, Russia! also wield a raw power and disdain for melody, as well as an emotive and cerebral lyrical bent that saw them compared to late post-hardcore superstars At the Drive-In. Included are the numerically titled singles "Nine," "Twelve," and "Thirteen.", Rovi


Formed: 2004 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Tom Woodhead (vocals/synth), Rob Canning (bass), Katie Nicholls (drums), and Whiskas (guitar) create the angst-ridden post-punk-inspired sound of ¡Forward, Russia! Formerly of Black Helicopters, Canning and Woodhead joined siblings Nicholls and Whiskas in their native Leeds, England, in 2004 to form the indie rock quartet and their own label, Dance to the Radio. ¡Forward, Russia! toured the U.K. incessantly during their first year together while also issuing their debut, a split single with This...
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