Skip to main content

Low Standards,High Fives Release 'Silent Décor' Video Single

Showcasing their flair for raucous post-punk guitar assaults infused with an inescapable melodic sensibility, Turin (Italy) based rockers 'Low Standards, High Fives' voraciously unleash their 'Silent Decor' video single.

Taken from their debut full length album 'Are We Doing The Best We Can?' to be available by UK/US label Engineer Records from 31st March 2018, the alt-rock crew offer 'Silent Decor' as a pay what you want offer via their bandcamp page. Originally forming in 2012, the band have continually evolved to shape their sound and musical direction. Expanding to a 5 piece in 2015/2016 proved to be a catalyst for creating a formula that would propel their popularity and enable them to open stages for the likes of Ratboys, Foxing, Fine Before You Came, Dowsing and many more.

Having completed their debut album throughout 2017, Low Standard, High Fives are gearing up to bring their music to a wider universal audience of music fans who like their gritty rock tastes akin to bands such as Jaw Breaker, Kover, Hunter Gatherer and Red Car Burns.

Check out the bands self- produced 'Silent Decor' Video Single

Silent Décor single out now via

'Are We Doing The Best We Can?' album (digital & CD) out via Engineer Records on 31st March 2018


Popular posts from this blog

INTERVIEW: Cellar Darling (Switzerland)

INTERVIEW: Cellar Darling (Switzerland)

Cellar Darling is comprised of Anna Murphy, Ivo Henzi, and Merlin Sutter who recently formed following the spilt from previous well-known folk metal band, Eluveitie. The trio have been hard at work since, creating their anticipated debut album 'This Is The Sound' which was released June 30th via Nuclear Blast Records and have impressed fans and press alike with their fresh and unique sound which has been dubbed as "the new wave of folk rock“. This is an exciting and busy time for the band, so I caught up with them to find out about their origins, their new album, touring and what is in store for the band amongst other things..

Can you tell us about the formation of Cellar Darling following leaving your previous band Eluveitie and how the band came to be?
Merlin: What I remember most clearly is how quick it went. As you might know, the whole thing with Eluveitie came very unexpected for us - we were informed of a decision by the remain…

REVIEW: Bobaflex - Eloquent Demons

Hard Rockers Bobaflex from West Virginian are back to wreak havoc with their eighth album ‘Eloquent Demons’ which is the follow to 2015’s ‘Anything That Moves’, this sees not only their first release through Thermal Entertainment but their first actual label release in a while after the band decided to go independent. They are a very hardworking and tireless band, having extensively toured, and even setting records for this, they certainly don’t do anything by half measures.
The opening intro and title track sounds very appropriately evil, with a creepy intro speech to set the scene whilst we wait for the demons to be fully unleashed…
First proper track ‘I Am Nightmare’ immediately sees heavy dark guitars and melodic group singing, which give it a classic feel with a gritty edge and is possesses a hell of a powerful chorus, not to mention a killer solo – this will be hard to forget.
Keeping the momentum going is ‘Long Time Coming’ which is equally as hard-hitting, with groove ridden and…

INTERVIEW: Mutation (with Ginger Wildheart & Scott Lee Andrews)

Interview with Ginger Wildheart & Scott Lee Andrews of Mutation 

Mutation are an extreme metal act from the UK formed in 2013 by well-known vocalist/guitarist Ginger Wildheart, the man behind the rock group The Wildhearts and the frontman of Exit International, Scott Lee Andrews. The trio is completed by drummer known as Denzel (Dean Pearson) who has been involved in many projects with Ginger and plays in Young Legionnaire. I caught up with Ginger and Scott to discuss the beginnings of Mutation, the new album '‘Mutation III: Dark Black’, touring, the future, mental health and much more in this interesting and honest interview.

As a musician who has played in many bands, most notably The Wildhearts and formed many projects, how did you come to form Mutation and why when you did?

Ginger: I did it mainly because I wanted to make the music that was in my head, and it didn’t look like anyone else wanted to do it.

At the time I was playing and writing with Michael Monroe, and while I l…