Tag Archives: Vile Assembly

Vile Assembly, Division Of Labour. Single Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

There is nothing quite like the stirring of emotions and the waves of growing anger at the system that is encapsulated when the ears find a track in which to rage alongside with; that the surprise of absolute fury is not seen in the numbers as it used to be is always a constant surprise, a chance missed of a glorious revolution or one that has not home yet as the music finds its own way to deal with the problems that are at the centre of our own destruction.

Vile Assembly, Fattened By The Horrors Of War. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Anarchy and Punk are rarely subtle when it comes to beating the backside of oppression and misplaced comfortable tyranny, the cane is flexed, the motion swift and like a growl from the stage, the meaning is clear. It might not always get the result it is searching for but it does leave an impression, large, scalding and full of rebuke, on the corpulent, the ill of compassion and those that profiteer on the bodies of those that die by the bullet, the bomb and the propaganda