Double Negative by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing album review

Written by Victoria L Schulz The Men Who Will Not be Blamed for Nothing are a British band formed in 2008, during the rise of Steampunk as a legitimate genre. They amusingly describe their music as “Crusty punk meets cockney sing-songs meets grindcore in the 1880’s”. With Double Negative, TMTWNBBFN keep up the banner of intense politically charged rock with lyrical nods to history gone wrong. Guitars clang with urgency and their vocalists holler with an almost drunken lunacy that would delight hard core listeners and punk fans alike. The sudden breakdown guitar melody from Occam’s Razor, a raucous piece about Jack the Ripper, could have … Continue reading Double Negative by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing album review