ALBUM REVIEW: Puppy – Pure Evil | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Rude Records

Released: 06.05.22

 

 

 

 

The instrumental opening track, with a heavy slab of distorted guitars, gives the impression that Puppy’s second album feels like it is going to be a very heavy affair. Quickly, the mood changes as the twin lead vocal gives the trio’s output a very distinctive style. So whilst the guitars crash in a wonderful metallic landscape, the listener is given a treat of sing-a-long lyrics that wouldn’t be out of place in a classic slab of 90s Britrock.

Each song is distinctive and this gives this release enough variety to make it one that you want to play from start to finish rather than just set to shuffle. There is a sweet timeless melancholy which cascades throughout to make it an enjoyable listen.

 

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