Hot Snakes

Jericho Sirens


This album was released 38 weeks ago.

83% ±9% 11 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 I Need a Doctor
2 Candid Cameras
3 Why Don't It Sink In?
4 Six Wave Hold-Down
5 Jericho Sirens
6 Death Camp Fantasy
7 Having Another?
8 Death Doula
9 Psychoactive
10 Death of a Sportsman
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83% 4WIM Rating
100% The Skinny In fact, in places Hot Snakes' fourth album is so good, it even puts newer bands who have come up in the meantime to shame.
100% Laut Dass Hot Snakes der Band von Anfang das Label "Nebenprojekt" verpasst haben, ließ die Trennung wie ein natürliches Ende aussehen.
90% Drowned in Sound The next time someone says to you that 'guitar music is dead' just point them in the direction of Swami John Reis and Rick Froberg.
90% Exclaim! Music Well, there's stylish swagger and fun at play, it's all propelled by a totally unique guitar and rhythmic assault and, in Froberg, features one of rock's most compelling singers and lyricists.
81% Backseat Mafia Earlier in the year, seminal outfit Glassjaw released an incredibly abrasive new album which led to a revisit to elder statesmen within the scene.
80% The Line of Best Fit
80% Earbuddy So, there’s plenty of history behind this band and its creators if this is your first time hearing about Hot Snakes.
80% Under the Radar Magazine The appropriately titled Jericho Sirens heralds the return of John Reis and Rick Froberg's pulverizing guitar attack, one of the most vicious pairings of the 21st century.
80% DIY Magazine Anybody unfamiliar with the many collaborations between the individual members of Hot Snakes over the years should be advised that the spider diagram you’d have to draw to try to explain it would be extraordinarily convoluted.
80% Record Collector Having transitioned to Sub Pop last summer, Hot Snakes now unleash Jericho Sirens; their first studio album for 14 years.
67% Gaffa (Sweden) I ett band som Hot Snakes är gitarriffen det mest centrala och på denna punkt levereras det med råge.