Let the Wolves In "Holy Smoke" EP: A Nostalgic Addition to the Hardcore and Punk Scene
By Stephen Cummings (BeardBo & GH/UK)
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Let the Wolves In's latest EP, "Holy Smoke," is a treat for hardcore and punk music enthusiasts. The unrefined and gritty nature of the tracks takes listeners back to the 00s, staying true to the roots of the genre. The EP's appeal lies in its authenticity and rawness, which is sure to satisfy die-hard fans.
Although the songs may seem typical in their structure, they still manage to pack a punch. Among the tracks, "Sinner" stands out as the most compelling, posing a question about the meaning of a good life. The lyrics, "Is this the good life? Well that's what I've been told. Kick down the dolls house. Let's break the mould," are particularly thought-provoking and showcase the band's ability to deliver meaningful lyrics.
In summary, Let the Wolves In's "Holy Smoke" EP is a solid release that pays homage to the hardcore and punk scene. While it may not offer anything groundbreaking, it is definitely worth a listen for those who appreciate the genre's raw and unpolished sound. Fans of the band and the genre would not be disappointed with this latest offering.
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