Pistols At Dawn
Pistols At Dawn
We don't give a shit what anyone else thinks. Enjoy it if you will. If not, so what? Download from here http://www.greasyspoondesign.co.uk/page11/page3/page3.html Here's what they're saying about 'Architects Of Fire': Subba-Cultcha E.P. of the Month: 'Whilst Blues-ridden guitars spiral towards a monumentally rousing crescendo, backed with those echo-flecked vocals, the EP literally soars from start to finish - Mixing Blues, Post-Rock ambience/structures and an underplayed soul that keeps driving things on – this music is serious, powerful, epic, everything a great band should possess.' Subba-Cultcha. 'I wanted to like Pistols at Dawn from the start.
Luckily I did... solid guitar rock with decent tunes and riffs and minimal pretension... This is classic rock, played as it should be. The highlight of the EP, 'Barn Owl'...
is a joy to listen to.' The-Mag. '"Barn Owl" is damn sweet ... fascinated with post rock epicity. head banging riffs...show that they have a healthy appreciation of Queens of the Stone Age.' Collective-zine “‘The Reaper’ is thickly resplendent in gloomy apocalyptic tension so edgy that you swear you can touch and feel its deathly breath upon you let alone cut it with a scythe, the beckoning darkness almost wrapping itself around you like an impenetrable blanket, all the time the claustrophobic calm before the storming floorshow slowly begins to unfurl with an acute majestic malevolence.” (LosingToday.com - Singled Out) “…Sometimes music can’t be explained. I could resort to my usually laziness and throw other bands names at you – no, this is for times when you just need to stand in the middle of your own personal private space, arms wide open, head back, eyes closed, volume right up….
Flag burning music, They know how to be different, defiantly different, impressively different – Pistols At Dawn know to rock out with an edge all of their own. They are quite unique.” (Organ Magazine - Demo of the week) “With the hoarse menace of Doves at their best, Pistols At Dawn create a swirling rush of sheer intensity with just mere instruments and voice. The band sound battered and bruised, their souls aching for redemption whilst their eyes are glowing red in the darkness.” (Subba-cultcha.com) “...moody, dark and melancholy rock that is completely timeless… It's hard to pigeonhole P.A.D. or say ‘they sound like so and so’ but all you need to know is that this is proper serious rock with a conscience… Superb dark stuff” (Matchbox Radio 24) Band MembersDan McLachlan, Jim Calverley & Matt Ball Influences Queens of the Stone Age, Mogwai, Radiohead, Six By Seven, Faith No More, Mark Lanegan, Rage Against The Machine, Soundgarden, At The Drive In, Lift To Experience, The National, My Morning Jacket, Cop Shoot Cop, PJ Harvey, Screaming Trees, Afghan Whigs, Dub War, Elbow, Explosions In The Sky, Tomahawk, Fugazi, Jane's Addiction, Slint, Tom Waits, Tool, Malcolm Middleton, Pixies, Morphine, Archie Bronson Outfit, Battles, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Bill Hicks, Deftones, Kyuss, Paw, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Late nights, Lazy mornings, Meat, Cheese, Booze and Broads.
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