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Avalanche - Inora



















Avalanche are a four piece Post Hardcore act from the South East of England. They released their 4 track EP on the 6th October, and released it true style, launching it at a gig in Crawley at Bar Med supporting the band, Never Means Maybe who along with Fei Comodo are currently supporting Exit Ten!

The title of EP, "Inora" is named after the Goddess of Mountain Snow, which the artwork depicts. You could say its a good EP for the cold winter! Check it out now and be "snowed" under by "Avalanche", and when your barricaded in your homes by the snow (which I'm sure will soon by on its way!) take this opportunity to listen to these 4 awesome tracks!

"Problems With Talking" has quite a mainstream feel to it, so I'm sure it will be very popular! The song has great lyrics, like the other 3 tracks, and doesn't stray from this through out. The song seamlessly flows and is very coherent, something which can be hard to achieve, so bravo to them! All of this plus nice guitar tones and solo parts/riffs makes this one song that people should be "talking" about!

"The End Of The World" is the heaviest track on the EP. It's fast, melodic, with great dark lyrics. Who knew a song about the end of the world could be so good! The last track, "Enter The Dragon" could be a case of saving the best to last with its great riffs, good range of vocals, nice fast turns transitions, making it a dynamic. Overall a well rounded track that delivers on most fronts! This band will hit you hard! Like you have been crushed by a ton of snow!

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