More Than Conquerors – RED [Review]

More Than Conquerors - RED [Review]

Northern Irish soft-rock quartet MORE THAN CONQUERERS have let loose a somewhat delicate yet sharp singled titled ‘Red’. Despite from being out in the sticks, the 4 guys have managed to tour alongside some well-known alternative names including Twin Atlantic, Jimmy Eat World and The 1975.


‘Red’ is hard to pin down. It’s abrasive, harsh, annoyingly riffy but yet somehow manages to keep a subtle ambience about it, calm in the chaos. It’s enough to rouse the senses with its tangy guitar riffs and harsh vocal melodies, but still manages to have finesse about it. It’s an excellent twist on rock, with a much more chilled out and folk-styled attitude to it. Almost taking it a bit easy. Their b-side ‘Diamonds Over Glory’ shows a lot more of their folk influences by the use of the good ol’ fashioned acoustic, where they take a relatively aggressive swing at a ballad, which converts pretty damn well.

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