Evil Blizzard released their latest album on Friday (Oct 9) through Louder Than War records.
The Preston band are one of the most unique live acts in the country, and have gained recognition through high-profile festival slots and coverage from places such as The Guardian.
The reviews for the album have been positive so far and we have collected a few below.
Drowned in Sound gave 7/10
“Behind the mask of Evil Blizzard is something very interesting. On one hand, it’s an ultra-straightforward take on the metal genre that could almost be overlooked. On the other hand, the one that is waving and keeping my attention, are the details and quirks of the track along with the knowledge that Evil Blizzard are one of the most unique live bands around. It’s fun, bizarre and slightly derivative all rolled into one package and there aren’t many bands around in 2015 that could achieve that feat.”
“Evil Blizzard have much in common with aforementioned arch provocateurs PIL and Killing Joke not just sonically but with both bands not fitting in with any genre and just doing as they please and making the music that they want to and long may they continue. A blistering and vital album.”
The Sleeping Shaman
“Ultimately they might be too weird for some, but for others they may be exactly kitsch enough to become the soundtrack to the best Halloween party going. If you want to step out of your comfort zone and embrace a band with no limitations on their unique vision, then check out Everyone Come To Church.”
‘Everybody Come To Church’ is a melding of minds, a congregatory hive consciousness, upstaging dull supplication – it’s beatific embrace, conjoins in rapturous, divine discharge…