Introducing to you today a band I have not yet spoken about before here but one I know you’re all going to fall in love with, just trust me.

Born and bred in Brighton trio Gnarlah are ready to transport your eardrums to another dimension with their third and latest single ‘SLAVE’.

A loud and hearty number made up of gritty monumental riffs, catchy hooks and scream along worthy lyricism. You know that I don’t like to compare bands to one another but their sound is unquestionably reminiscent of fellow Brighton based outfit Demob-Happy who the band have sighted as an inspiration alongside the likes of Biffy Clyro, Audioslave and Muse. A perfect blend if you ask me

Frontman Ren asserts his dominance here with such a weighty yet charismatic and attitude riddled vocal delivery. I feel like it’s very easy for vocals to get lost in the mix of such a loud and gritty instrumental but he properly manages to break through all the noise. A guttural scream is the last we hear from him, fully leaving his mark before a heavy minute long riff drenched outro.

Seeping this pure sense of coolness ‘SLAVE’ brings out that badass energy in you putting that little extra swagger in your step that I can’t get enough of.

I have no doubt in my mind that you’ll be seeing a lot more about these guys here in the future, and who knows maybe on one of my year end lists *inserts winking emoji*

Make sure to follow them on all thier socials so you don’t miss a single announcement they are @GNARLAHOFFICIAL on everything

Take a listen to SLAVE here:

Upcoming shows:

29th September- Hope And Ruin (Supporting Cassels) –

26 November- The Prince Albert (Suppoting Beach Riot) –

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