REVIEW / Phoxjaw - Goodbye Dinosaur…

posted 13 November 2018 09:03am updated 13 November 2018 10:13am

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The UK has always been at the forefront of new and innovative music, especially when it comes to alternative, rock, and hardcore. Although the scene itself experiences more ups and downs than a pill-popping metal head at Boomtown festival, there’s always a surge of incredible new and inspiring artists that manage to spring out of nowhere with killer riffs, unique sounds, and a fresh take on the rock genre.

Phoxjaw easily falls into the category of “Fresh rising rock act”. Whilst the UK has always had a special love affair with unique and innovative artists, one particular place seems to spawn some of the greatest, maybe it’s something in the water or the cider.

Recently, Bristol has seen the likes of Idles, Turbowolf, and Heavy Lungs who are all dominating the underground scene, although Idles seem to be taking over the world right now. In one sense, this is great news for Phoxjaw as it instantly gives them somewhat of a head start in terms of reputation. On the other hand, they have a lot to live up to considering the aforementioned acts. To follow in the footsteps of greatness, you need to be exemplary in all you strive to achieve.

Considering Phoxjaw only formed in 2016, their new EP, ‘Goodbye Dinosaur’ echoes the sounds of veteran musicianship and creativity. It’s dark, it’s powerful, it’s unexpected. If you can imagine Black Sabbath spawning a mystical lovechild with Architects whilst having an affair with Dinosaur Pile Up, you’ll be close to conjuring the incredible sound Phoxjaw have manifested throughout ‘Goodbye Dinosaur’. It’s only 6 tracks long, but it will destroy your tiny little mind.

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