THE FI­NAL CLAUSE OF TACITUS

PEACE IN CHAOS (SELF-RE­LEASE)

Kerrang! (UK) - - Reviews - JAKE RICHARD­SON

KKK

WEIRDLY-NAMED READ­ING QUAR­TET BRING THE FUNK ON DE­BUT EP

■ THE FI­NAL Clause Of Tacitus (yeah, we’ve got no idea what that means, ei­ther) de­serve credit for dar­ing to take their mu­sic to rarely-trav­elled wa­ters. There’s not many bands around at the mo­ment deal­ing in this sort of Red Hot Chili Pep­pers meets Rage Against The Ma­chine funk-metal hy­brid.at times it’s rather lu­di­crous, but their groovy riffs and angsty at­ti­tude are cer­tainly good fun, and the mighty fine shred­ding on give Them Blood is to be ad­mired.‘we’re bring­ing back the funk,’ de­clares vo­cal­ist Matt Dunne on 7Years. They’ll need to up their game in the fu­ture to bring the funk back for good, but for a de­but EP, this is a bold and as­sured ef­fort. DOWN­LOAD: 7 Years. FOR FANS OF: Red Hot Chili Pep­pers, Rage Against The Ma­chine.

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