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After a lengthy absence with zero material, Outright have come right back.
Fear not: the fury of breakout LP Avalanche is still here. Flying through feminist fury and absolute rage against the proliferation of Nazism, frontwoman Jelena Goluza is off the chain. She screams in Defeat/Repeat, boiling the issue down to one vital question: “What was the World War for?!” Punch a Nazi in the face to it if you can—I’m sure no one in the Outright camp will object.
Holler may be a taster of what’s to come but it’s not a sip of moscato: try a double of whiskey with the glass smashed in your mouth for good measure
Anyone worried that the groove of the old outfit has been lost in four years will be more than happy with Holler’s final cry of “dehumanisation”. Keep your greasy mitts to yourself in the pit though, lest someone taking the words of Bleed to heart does everyone a favour. Holler may be a taster of what’s to come but it’s not a sip of moscato: try a double of whiskey with the glass smashed in your mouth for good measure.
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