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Gallows

Orchestra Of Wolves (Reissue)

Epitaph 86884

Released on July 10, 2007


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A screaming blast from across the Atlantic, England’s Gallows have arrived to remind us of punk’s angry roots. Their debut album, Orchestra of Wolves, originally released in the UK in 2006, saw the band immediately heralded as saviors of the scene, “the best British punk band since The Clash” (Kerrang!), with “one of the finest displays of sneering, snotty attitude since The Sex Pistols.” (Total Guitar). Gallows combine the founding fury of bands like Black Flag and Minor Threat, blended with the melodic hardcore of Refused, and a brutally honest social vision, unflinchingly tackling topics such as hometown violence, date rape and broken homes.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Kill The Rhythm  6%
2 Come Friendly Bombs  6%
3 Abandon Ship Voted #3  13%
4 In The Belly of a Shark Voted #1  26%
5 Six Years  0%
6 Rolling With The Punches  2%
7 Last Fight For The Living Dead  0%
8 Just Because You Sleep Next To Me Doesn’t Mean You’re Safe  13%
9 Will Someone Shoot That F@#$ing Snake  2%
10 Stay Cold  0%
11 I Promise This Won’t Hurt  0%
12 Orchestra of Wolves Voted #2  19%
13 Sick of Feeling Sick  0%
14 Black Heart Queen  9%
15 Nervous Breakdown  6%
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Dan from Mosinee, WI 
Sep 8 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i really wasnt shure if i should have bought this album, till i got it. You know why? its on Timmy Armstrongs Eppatathhh record lable....yeah, and ohh yeah everyone told me it was a punk band, Ha!... Well ill make an exception This fuckin Band, chekc em out or download, in the belly of a shark, as sson as i heard that i bought the cd, yeah... woulda been nice to get in on wax, but ill deal with cd for now.... theres a nice little Black flag cover to at the end.... yeah, just fucking buy it, or dont, do what you wanna do Mofo.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 8 2008 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I heard alot of hype about this band being the first punk rock band on Epitaph in years! A friend of mine went to see them play and said they put on a really good show. But honestly...I just don't like screaming vocals. It kills the music for me. I knew a head of time the singer was a 'screamer', but I thought I would give it a chance anyway. If I was about ten years younger, maybe I would like this then.

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Ryan from Athens, OH 
Aug 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is awesome. It is great to finally see another Punk band on Epitaph after so many years of dissapointments from the label. The cover of Nervous Breakdown is fantastic, and the hidden track is much different from the rest of the album but still really good. I would say that the three real standout tracks are Kill The Rhythm, Abandon Ship,and the title track (which is my favorite). Also, this band puts on an excellent live show that compliments the album perfectly.

In other words, get this CD right now.





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