Eva Bartok Album
Eva Bartok Review
Eva Bartok, who got their name from the famous, influential, Hungarian-British actress, focus on some important issues through their music: "A lot of the songs are about what's affecting so many people in our society; mental health being a huge discussion because that's a really big part of my life and music is one of the only things that has stopped me losing my mind", says vocalist/guitarist Chris Hampson. "We also feel very strongly about equal rights."
This EP, clocking at just under 10 minutes, is jam packed with everything a modern punk could dream of; it gets in your face, its loud and it is confident. You will want to get up and scream in someone’s face. Eva Bartok challenge the modern ways and conventions of society, and the stubborn, powerful release we have here proves just that.
Chris Hampson (Vocals and guitar), Rob Pascoe (Bass and Vocals) and Mikey Brown (Drums) are responsible for the disarray on this record, with the songs being titled as “tracks of the week” by Louder (Metal Hammer), who have also added:
"This splenetic post-hardcore act come hurtling out with froth round their mouths and murder in their eyes, brimming with wiry riffs and righteous ire!"
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