It's all change for Vanna on their fifth album 'Void'... but is that a good thing?
You know on hardcore records when a friend of the band pops in for a guest vocal spot and nine times out of 10 have a really unique, leftfield voice? Vanna singer Davey Muise’s tone puts him in that sonic ballpark, along with Dillinger’s Greg Puciato and an irate cockatoo. His bark certainly works well with the band’s dirty, furious rock on the likes of the raging ‘Personal Cross’, but grates against Joel Pastuszak’s clean vocals on lower key numbers like ‘Digging’. The jury is certainly still out on whether we need another band peddling scuzzy, Every Time I Die-esque hardcore.
This review originally appeared in issue 189 of Rock Sound. Head to www.rocksound.tv/magazine to download the digital edition, order a copy, subscribe, or find your nearest stockist!
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