I think by now, we all know that Brighton has become a breeding ground for the scuzzy noise of punks and rockers to vent their angst, and wail their lungs out across the city’s sandy shores, and we love them for that. Drawing our attention back to their windswept shores is the thundering call of Brighton upstarts Grymm, and their rattling debut release ‘Jurassic’.
The band waste little time in getting to business, in this rough and visceral recording, giving glimmers into what the rabble will sound like in a live setting. Synths ring out over fuzzed-up bass, sharp blows of frenzied cymbals and hits of percussion cut deep within the ensuing rage of guitar noise, that surrounds singer Morgan Jones’ harrowing call. The band have created a cacophony of sound, yet they still intrinsically maintain a strict grip on melody and vocal hooks, the core of their might being directed at the demand to “Follow deep inside baby”. Now stop wasting time and dig into the sweet chaos of ‘Jurassic’.
‘Jurassic’ is out now, purchase a copy on bandcamp here.
For the latest on Grymm, head to their Facebook.