Another kickass review for our debut EP, from the wonderful folks at RAMzine. Don't forget to grab a copy for yourself [here!]
"Crunchy Guitars – Check! Modern Day Geek Obsessions – Check! Gorgeous Singer with a great voice – Check!
The first official E.P from Merseyside/Black Country Rockers Novacrow certainly has all the parts in place for impressing one’s set of hearing devices, and they do not disappoint here.
Opener ‘Fat Frog’ wastes no time in getting straight to work and treats us to a slice of late 80’s garage-grunge delight where within 30 seconds of listening you can tell this is a band which is very comfortable in its own skin and Kitty Synthetica’s vocals are an automatic giveaway that they’re prepared to have a lot of fun and not take themselves too seriously without falling into Spinal Tap territory. Following straight on is previous single ‘Fight the Horde’ which was supported by an amusing B-Movie Zombie inspired video and also the first real opportunity for Lead Guitarist John Skidmore to prove his chops with a quite intricate guitar solo. If you didn’t buy this at the time of its original release you’ve also missed out on its B-side ‘The Mantra’ which sadly doesn’t make an appearance here..."
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