12 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

"When will this end? How will I go?” Facing The Gallows vocalist Bryan Binneman roars on “Tides of Terror”, the Joburg fivepiece’s first single off their album Dead Mindset. Binneman and bandmates deliver one intense metal anthem after another, shot through with piercing screams and guttural growls layered atop frenzied guitars and blazing-fast percussion. Tempos range from manic (“Time Keeper”) to mighty (“Virginia”), complete with skilful breakdowns and even an exploding grenade (“Bad Blood”). This is FTG bigger than you’ve ever heard them, lyrically tackling societal and existential issues with a renewed degree of forcefulness on an album that fuses multiple metal elements.

EDITORS’ NOTES

"When will this end? How will I go?” Facing The Gallows vocalist Bryan Binneman roars on “Tides of Terror”, the Joburg fivepiece’s first single off their album Dead Mindset. Binneman and bandmates deliver one intense metal anthem after another, shot through with piercing screams and guttural growls layered atop frenzied guitars and blazing-fast percussion. Tempos range from manic (“Time Keeper”) to mighty (“Virginia”), complete with skilful breakdowns and even an exploding grenade (“Bad Blood”). This is FTG bigger than you’ve ever heard them, lyrically tackling societal and existential issues with a renewed degree of forcefulness on an album that fuses multiple metal elements.

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