ALBUM REVIEW: Jo Passed – Their Prime | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 25.05.18






Oh wow. Pure Sub Pop gold. Jo Passed’s Their Prime is a treasure trove for the 21st Century seeker of supreme sonic shock waves.

From a quiet tiptoe over the threshold with understated, almost whispered, vocal before a rapid, all-out descent into the volcano of an unholy dystopian underworld of discordance and disorder. Wonderful.

Jo Passed is railing and raging against a system that doesn’t allow any space to live, breathe or throw down roots inside the white heat of a living, pulsing city. The pent-up rage ignites and explodes through riotous distorted heavy riffing. Glass, Millennial Trash and MDM are prime gripping guitar growls and howls that will have you bouncing between your walls.

Tune in and be inspired by a simply awesome album.



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