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One Of The Albums Of The Decade...

You may think that title is an overstatement, but as soon as you've listening to this album once through, a second, third, fourth helping is neccesary to quench your thirst and demand. Orchestra Of Wolves, Gallows' first LP, was a riproaring affair through punk and energy, Grey Britain takes it that bit further with an added element of style and presence. Frank Carter's view on Britain is highlighted throughout the album, and Gallows do indeed seem to have matured, without taking away any of the raw passion that smashed them through the ceiling of the London punk underground. The Vulture Acts, the first single, reveal a softer side to the band, but they soon return to wipe the confused look off your face. If you've seen them live and seen them play Misery and London Is The Reason live, you will be surprised that they seem to sound just as hectic on record than in a live situation. All in all, it is hard to imagine Gallows producing a better sophmore album than this. Orchestra Of Wolves set the bar high but they've gone atmospheric with this effort and to top this with a follow-up is going to be one tough job. Frank Carter said he wasn't sure Gallows would last, but thank God they have, otherwise we would never have been able to hear the masterpiece that is Grey Britain...

A Punk Concept Album?

I could be wrong, but it sounds to me like the whole album is a big metaphor for invasion from foreigners which makes grey britain a concept album, which is the polar opposite to punk it's still well worth a listen :)

british punk rock

finally some british rock and punk bands are starting to sing with an english accent. this and the new imperial vipers album should herald a new rise in british talent not afraid of their roots. we invented rock we invented punk (sort of...lets forget about CBGB's scene for now...) lets take it back


Formed: 2005 in Watford, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

As a disenfranchised D.I.Y. punk band from the U.K., Gallows fuse rage with a disgust with their social surroundings in the same fashion as their forefathers, the Sex Pistols and the Clash, to add a genuine urgency to their punk revival. In 2005, Frank Carter (vocals), Steph Carter (guitar/vocals), Laurent Barnard (guitars/keys/vocals), Stuart Gili-Ross (bass), and Lee Barratt (drums) formed the band after digesting a steady diet of '80s hardcore staples like Black Flag and Minor Threat and underground...
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