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Out now via Little Indian Records

Rating: 8/10

By Kieran Webber

Wolverhampton hard rock duo God Damn have graced us with their sophomore album ‘Everything Ever’ which carries the same weight as their ‘vultures’ debut but shows signs of growth as well as boasting the bands progression. As expected ‘Everything Ever’ is a riff laden behemoth that is complemented by heavy percussion by Ash Weaver as well as face melting solos and gnar growls from lead singer Edwards.

It is hard to beleive that God Damn are a two piece with the thunderous sound they manage to create and maintain, but they do and with god like ease. From the anthemic opening track ‘Sing This’ to sludgy ‘Violence’ you are treated to an onslaught of noise that some full bands cannot match. This raw and untamed energy is explosive and streams through the 13 tracks, even in the more tame tracks such as ‘I’ll Bury You’ which showcases Edwards vocal range.

‘Everything Ever’ is a colossal release from the Black Country duo that solidifies their place in the rock world, they are a glimmer of hope that put bands such as The Arctic Monkeys to shame. As a band they are growing and progressing at an incredible rate and at the moment they are an unstoppable force, the future is very exciting for this band.