Label: TSM/SLW 2011
Review by: Urban "Wally" Wallstrom
Bloody'ell, We Die Tonight? Lodon based progressive hardcore act that has been working the UK underground scene since late 2008. The last two years have seen the band's profile rise with shows across the UK with Attack Attack, Hopes Die Last, Bury Tomorrow, Tek-One, etc, etc. So, what you want this band to be is an energetic force and basically a hungry new act, especially since the music industry today is all about '15 minutes of fame' and then you're outta' here. However, what you actually get is a bunch of tiresome hardcore tunes, the band doesn't seem to have the hunger, and the songs are frankly not appealing enough to make we want to press repeat and play'em again. Stuck in a timewarp originally hailing from the late nineties hardcore acts, We Die Tonight have produced four tracks or dire metal that is frankly hard to listen to.