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Kyeo.tv Reviews 'Harmony' By Die! Die! Die!

On Harmony, Die! Die! Die! sound a lot younger than their years – for better and for worse.

Awful name! Awful name! Awful name! Remove that from the equation though, and you’re left with a rather nifty little power-trio here. On their fourth album 'Harmony', the formula isn’t exactly challenged – there’s still plenty of thrashing but melodic pop-punk on offer – and from the enjoyable messy distortion pedal showcase "Oblivious Oblivion" onwards, the tempo and the amps are kept pushed up nice and high throughout.

Although there’s the odd moment where the mood gets a little too sickly, tracks like "Erase Waves" and "Changeman" offer enough excitable shouting and scraping guitars to keep things moving just nicely. On 'Harmony', 'Die! Die! Die!' sound a lot younger than their years – for better and for worse.
 

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