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Artrocker review and stream 'In Sequence'

There are moments when you can’t quite place where the brutal, industrial noises might be originating from, but that only serves to make the catchy rock ’n’ roll melodies a tad more addictive.

If you’re looking for a new album to get stuck into over the weekend, Burning Alms 'In Sequence', is the one for you. Not only is the album packed (like - sixteen pieces packed) but we also happen to have an exclusive stream before it’s launched on Monday. So you can fill your boots before then. 
 
If a debut album of sixteen pieces makes you a little anxious, fear not because in sequence is anything but tedious to get through. There are moments when you can’t quite place where the brutal, industrial noises might be originating from, but that only serves to make the catchy rock ’n’ roll melodies a tad more addictive.
 
Having been described as a collection and portrayal of the “horror, beauty and desperation of modern life,” 'In Sequence' is a brazen debut album that challenges modern living with heavy guitar riffs, pop like acoustic melodies, brutal feedback and then accompanied by environmental noise. Look out for "Mid Storm Still Ending" and "Night Climates" in particular. 
 
You can also check out what we thought of Burning Alms when Paul played them on Artrocker radio here.
 
 

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