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THESE FOUR WALLS With For The Wolves & The Iron Eye
The Wooly Mammoth, Brisbane
Friday 6th July, 2018

These Four Walls headlined a show at The Woolly Mammoth in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley and it was nothing short of impressive. Supported by For The Wolves and The Iron Eye and right from the get go the fans got exactly what they came to see.

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For The Wolves psychedelic heavy type sound and punchy riffs get the crowd moving right away and hold us there the entire set. A cover of Along The Watchtower, definitely put a smile on everyones face.

Now what was a real surprise was The Iron Eye, right away what stands out is Nick Lythall on guitar and vocals. His combination of sweet melodic range and raspy vocals brings you straight to the front of the stage. Supported by David Webster on bass and Antonio Mancini on drums these guys create space and time with their dominating grooves.

The Iron Eye // By Bec Reid

Now by this stage there is plenty of spilt Young Henry’s and sweat to go round and the crowd is screaming for These Four Walls. The lights out and they hit the stage, the real stand out tracks Passenger and new track Bravery soar through the air like a majestic creature. Steve Gibb’s uplifting vocals fill the air and he really makes the stage his own. Even with a mic issue bass player Elliot Burton keeps the crowd entertained with Tools46 & 2. Providing us with a cover of IncubusCircles it completes an amazing night of heavy riffage, sonic sounding drums and massive amounts of crowd shenanigans.

These Four Walls // By Bec Reid

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