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Dead Town Nothing – Bully – Single Review

Let's stand together!

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Dead Town Nothing should be applauded and lauded for their efforts in raising awareness for a charity that deserves equal plaudits for its work in protecting children; the NSPCC. Their aim was to write and record a single in just one one day with all proceeds going to the NSPCC. A tough challenge. Could this band – who’s Consequences album already proved they could pen more than a few refreshingly honest and brutally effective  Punk-Metal diatribes – meet their own self-imposed demands and come up with a coherent song that not only conveyed a strong message but also remained resolutely faithful to their sound?

Launching straight into a ferocious, jugular-slicing assault, caustic vocals and a cacophony of Converge-esque riffs batter the senses as Dead Town Nothing set about making damn sure you hear what they have to say! “Stand up and fight” is the rallying call and one we should all adhere to. Such a powerful message needs an equally powerful method of presentation and “Bully’s” cast-iron convictions wring true. The most devastating moment actually occurs during the tracks calmest moment. Breaking down the anger into an almost spoken-word section of ambient Post-Metal tranquility, Dead Town Nothing eloquently share their feelings on the often unspoken subject of child abuse before unleashing all-hell once more, the viciousness of “Bully’s” ending matching the viciousness of the abuse suffered by countless children.

An outstanding achievement considering the monumental challenge of writing and recording a cohesive song in just a single day. Dead Town Nothing prove one thing, fight for what you believe in and, at the very least, shout loudest for those whose small voices can’t always be heard. 8/10

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About Chris Jennings (1985 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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