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Krak Krak drop 'Born In Silence' as a preview of forthcoming debut album

19/04/2015 By James McLarnon

Krak KrakOur communual interest in Brighton psychedelic-noise-metal-garage band, featuring 80’s Matchbox alumni Rob Ling was piqued by the marvellous (and marvellously titled) ‘Grave Dohl’ single a few months back and new single ‘Born In Silence,’ is equally great and seemingly desperate to cover further heavy music touchstones.

Sounding like a cross between Sleep and Megadeth, it’s slow, heavy and crushing but with a trad metal sense of melody about it. We eagerly await their debut album ‘All The Punks In The World Can’t Save Us,’ which is out on 30 November. Keep your eyes peeled for further news closer to the date.

James McLarnon

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