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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 17 april 2020 | So Recordings

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Rock - Verschenen op 22 september 2017 | Play It Again Sam

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Rock - Verschenen op 19 januari 2015 | Play It Again Sam

The Mindsweep is misschien wel het meest veelzijdige album van de Britse formatie Enter Shikari tot dusver. Op het album uit 2015 brengen de Britten songs waarin post-hardcore, techno, dubstep, metal en triphop samenvloeien. Het vierde album van de muzikanten uit St Albans wordt geproduceerd door Dan Weller. Als eerste single van het album wordt het nummer "The Last Garrison" uitgebracht. © TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 20 april 2018 | Play It Again Sam

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 18 maart 2007 | Ambush Reality

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Rock - Verschenen op 16 januari 2012 | [PIAS]

"Don't be fooled into thinking that a small group of friends cannot change the world," Rou Reynolds' emphatically cries on the anthemic, electro-rock of "Pack of Thieves." It's a mission statement which perfectly summarizes the revolutionary intentions of St Albans' four-piece Enter Shikari on their third studio album, A Flash Flood of Colour. Ignoring the cliched boy-meets-girl themes favored by most of their emo contemporaries, its 11 tracks continue to pursue the sociopolitical approach they first explored on 2009 predecessor Common Dreads, in a venomous and often brutal manner which often recalls Rage Against the Machine at their most explosive. Indeed, the ranting diatribe which kick-starts the unsettling techno of "Gandhi, Mate, Gandhi," could be mistaken for some kind of Occupy London protest speech, while the likes of "Meltdown," which compares Britain's economic situation to an eroded cliff-top house, is indicative of Reynolds' fondness for heavy-handed metaphors. This rebellious stance rarely transcends "Beginners Guide to Politics" territory, but then considering it's accompanied by such a hyperactive Wall of Sound, it's perhaps unsurprising that there's little room for subtlety. Produced by former Sikth guitarist Dan Weller, the album hardly sits still for one minute, lurching from demonic metal to industrial dubstep ("Arguing with Thermometers") from trippy electronica to blistering air guitar prog ("Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here") and from wobble-heavy drum'n'bass to rabble-rousing punk ("Sssnakepit") in an appropriately blatant disregard for convention. The footstomping acoustics of "Stalemate" and the twinkling post-rock of closer "Constellations" provide a brief respite from all the madness, while there are flashes of humor ("Yabba dabba do one son," in-studio banter, a random Louis Armstrong impression) scattered throughout which suggest they don't always take themselves so seriously. But for the most part, A Flash Flood of Colour revels in a unique, organized chaos, and while it's a demanding and often exhausting listen, it's a call to arms which the flagging U.K. guitar band scene could do with more of. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 15 februari 2019 | Play It Again Sam

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Rock - Verschenen op 16 juni 2009 | Atlantic Records UK

If such a genre as stadium-screamo exists, Enter Shakari is its definitive spokesband, churning out nu-metal riffage and anthemic post-hardcore epics that have made them a major draw in the U.K. On their second album, they expand from their chart-busting debut in subtle ways. The single "Juggernauts" is a dreamy, psychedelic number bookended by explosive electro passages. "Antwerpen" is nothing less than a prog metal journey, as ambitious as it is emotionally volatile. The second single, "No Sleep Tonight," is an emo mini-opera about class warfare that reads like the Jam's "Down in the Tube Station at Midnight" from the muggers' point of view. The album as a whole is an imaginative and muscular mingling of punk, metal, and pop. © Paula Carino /TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 15 februari 2019 | Play It Again Sam

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Dance - Verschenen op 30 oktober 2015 | Play It Again Sam

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Rock - Verschenen op 10 oktober 2016 | Play It Again Sam

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Rock - Verschenen op 18 november 2016 | Play It Again Sam

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Rock - Verschenen op 16 januari 2012 | [PIAS]

"Don't be fooled into thinking that a small group of friends cannot change the world," Rou Reynolds' emphatically cries on the anthemic, electro-rock of "Pack of Thieves." It's a mission statement which perfectly summarizes the revolutionary intentions of St Albans' four-piece Enter Shikari on their third studio album, A Flash Flood of Colour. Ignoring the cliched boy-meets-girl themes favored by most of their emo contemporaries, its 11 tracks continue to pursue the sociopolitical approach they first explored on 2009 predecessor Common Dreads, in a venomous and often brutal manner which often recalls Rage Against the Machine at their most explosive. Indeed, the ranting diatribe which kick-starts the unsettling techno of "Gandhi, Mate, Gandhi," could be mistaken for some kind of Occupy London protest speech, while the likes of "Meltdown," which compares Britain's economic situation to an eroded cliff-top house, is indicative of Reynolds' fondness for heavy-handed metaphors. This rebellious stance rarely transcends "Beginners Guide to Politics" territory, but then considering it's accompanied by such a hyperactive Wall of Sound, it's perhaps unsurprising that there's little room for subtlety. Produced by former Sikth guitarist Dan Weller, the album hardly sits still for one minute, lurching from demonic metal to industrial dubstep ("Arguing with Thermometers") from trippy electronica to blistering air guitar prog ("Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here") and from wobble-heavy drum'n'bass to rabble-rousing punk ("Sssnakepit") in an appropriately blatant disregard for convention. The footstomping acoustics of "Stalemate" and the twinkling post-rock of closer "Constellations" provide a brief respite from all the madness, while there are flashes of humor ("Yabba dabba do one son," in-studio banter, a random Louis Armstrong impression) scattered throughout which suggest they don't always take themselves so seriously. But for the most part, A Flash Flood of Colour revels in a unique, organized chaos, and while it's a demanding and often exhausting listen, it's a call to arms which the flagging U.K. guitar band scene could do with more of. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 16 januari 2012 | [PIAS]

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Rock - Verschenen op 29 oktober 2006 | Ambush Reality

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 10 februari 2020 | So Recordings

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Rock - Verschenen op 11 juli 2011 | [PIAS]

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 12 augustus 2019 | So Recordings

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Rock - Verschenen op 11 november 2007 | Ambush Reality