"The sound sliding out of your mouth and down your chin."
"Moments of churning riffs and driving drums that whip you into a state of frenzy."
"Infectious piece of positive power pop, with enough depth to strike an emotional chord with the listener."
"Since nature abhors a vacuum, lack of sound depth, handicap usual duets rock, makes up for this extremely battery, and cause of hyper inventive guitar."
"Burning Alms are making really great music and are deserved of a wider audience, which probably won’t happen, but for those of us who know…"
"Passionate and intelligent debut album from Burning Alms, two members of underrated Birmingham band, Calories."
"No awkwardness, none of the unsureness of sound or the self-conscious explorations of identity, but all the raw energy and unpolished integrity of a band that have yet to be swept up by ‘the industry’."
"...nothing compares to watching them live. The energy emitted from this band is pretty unreal."
"‘Everything I’ve Learnt’ has swathes of the alternative-punk rock sound akin to the likes of Biffy Clyro and Paramore whilst also “provoking the growth of new ideas”, as Platt laid out, in its lacing together of relentless energy with more reflective and emotive moments."
"More Than Conquerors might be Northern Ireland’s answer to Biffy Clyro."
“For Foes” has many incredible individual tracks (Run Faster, Changing, Jigsaws, People Talk, Don’t stand in Line among others) and brilliant lyricism which match or exceed that standard of previous songs by this pair."
"Attempting those tricky falsettos live on the radio was a brave move but both of them knocked it out of the park."
"If sumptuous and carefully crafted songs are your thing, 'For Foes' will make for a pleasing listen."
"They've got a knack for creating melody in amongst the general post-punk stew with opening track 'All That We Can' featuring a killer chorus."
"A smattering of vocal layering for effect here and there is used for underlining the depth being heard, rather than cause roars of audience approval, as essentially one voice expresses the heart-felt emotions the music effortlessly evokes."
"...quite an impressive effort from the Derry lads."
"Releasing an album after six years of silence is a calculated risk, but Jetplane Landing did their sums a long time ago and decided that money doesn’t matter."
"It is just what the British music scene and its followers have been waiting for."
'More Than Conquerors' have learnt well, putting together an accomplished and polished record that could potentially see them propelled towards the rock mainstream. An excellent album, this isn't going to be the last you've heard of 'More Than Conquerors'.
'More Than Conquerors' show more maturity and promise in this album than many bands who've been around for years.
This band is surely destined for greatness
Effortlessly side-stepping any first album jitters, its consistently powerful from start to finish.
If this album reflects one thing the band have learnt, it's how to write a damn good song.
After four years honing their craft, last month they released storming debut record 'Everything I've Learnt', which packs a one-two punch
The Belfast quartet's debut album 'Everything I've Learnt' should provide them with success of Biblical proportions if there's any justice.
"It’s good, and it’s very good for a debut from a small British band."
"Kris: Support independent music; One Direction have enough money."
"This, folks, is the greatest comeback in history since a pre-grill George Foreman became heavyweight champion of the world."
"'Don't Try' is exactly what the band needed: a reaffirmation of their prowess after six years out of the spotlight. Hopefully we won't have to wait quite as long for album number 5."
"Jetplane Landing looked destined to join McLusky and Reuben as flames that burnt brightly while not enough people paid attention, but Derry quartet return well-honed and taut."
"With accessible structures and fist-in-the-air choruses to root themselves deep into the memory banks, 'Don’t Try' is a honeycomb of caustic guitar and punk snarl..."
More Than Conquerors Announce Debut Album 'Everything I've Learnt' Released 30th September 2013
"...they’ve definitely not lost the ability to write a fantastic album of post-hardcore tracks."
'This is a backs to the wall, balls in a vice kind of record.'
"New Zealand trio 'Die! Die! Die!'s latest album 'Harmony' is chock full of spiky yet atmospheric and melodic alt rock that should appeal to fans of Texan punkers...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead..."
"With unadulterated energy, 'Harmomy' moves at a frenetic speed, powered by Wilson's masterful guitars and a rawness that can only be encouraged and is no doubt only amplified when experienced live."
"It’s a thoroughly fine way to round off an impressively promising album."
This album proves the band continue their evolution to perfect their sound.
'Harmony' is the sound of a three piece spreading their wings, keen to see what else a guitar, bass and drum combination can produce.
'Harmony’ brings together the raw energy and emotion of their live shows, encapsulating savant pop elements with their DIY punk philosophy.
"This is just awesome in the extreme. Don't just believe me though, as they have over 12,000 likes on Facebook"
On Harmony, Die! Die! Die! sound a lot younger than their years – for better and for worse.
Rolling Stone Australia even dubbed the album ‘their finest work yet’ and it is a captivating unity of raw energy and powerful punk elements, as well as including salutes to pop.
Overall 'Harmony' is a good album, with piano keys of closer "Get Back" being a particular highlight.
"Uncompromisingly brutal yet disturbingly subtle in places - check out cinematic closer 'Get Back' for further proof, 'Harmony' represents Die! Die! Die!'s most immediate collection of songs to date."
"With unadulterated energy, ‘Harmony’ moves at a frenetic speed, powered by Wilson’s masterful guitars and a rawness that can only be encouraged and is no doubt only amplified when experienced live."
It should come to no surprise that their sound and songwriting have now reached such perfectly-honed levels, arguably placing the threesome on a podium of contemporary masters of the genre
There is a sense that 'Harmony' takes itself too seriously at times, and the band become lost in the peaks of sonic exploration that they’ve created, but when they nail it, it is an absolute riot.
DDD sound as inspired as ever, and despite their rather convoluted band history, have remembered to let their music do the talking, and it shows
‘Harmony’ has been well received all over the place. ‘Harmony’ described by Rolling Stone Australia as “…their finest work yet”.