Monday, July 25, 2011
And there go the ears...
"Year Of The Flood formed in Nottingham in early 2010 from the remnants of 2 well-known Nottingham bands. Drawing influences from ramming speed D-beat hardcore, doom and down-tempo sludge metal they use their music to paint a bleak picture of a world on the brink of it’s ultimate self-consumption. Heavily inspired by the dystopian literature of author Margaret Atwood, with the overriding themes of violence, greed, consumerism and social selfishness that threaten to overwhelm modern society.
The band released their 1st self-recorded 2-track EP “A Utopian View” within a few months of their initial formation and recieved an enthusiatic reception from audiences at live shows and EP reviewers alike. Only a short while later the band released their follow-up EP “Redefine The Natural Order” which built on the songwriting foundation laid by the previous EP, and adding a higher level of production sonic depth." ~ (Band Bio)
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