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Kings & Liars It's Your Fault Album review

It's Your Fault

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio



From New Haven, Connecticut I introduce you to Kings & Liars who describe themselves as a mix of different groups’ influences. From a few listens to their recently released album It's Your Fault, I  heard a band that was their own entity. If you can envision the meshing of Soundgarden with tinges of Black Sabbath than you may dig them.


“Stop Me" is a heavy rush of rhythms hitting like a wave with Charlie Bellmore, (guitarist), Chris Beaudette (bassist) and Nick Bellmore (drums) jamming up to a cohesive whole. “It's Your Fault" continues with massive riffs, bluesy undertones, an almost Sabbath feel and drums and bass coincide fluidly. Paul Chasse’s vocals are both smooth and searing; check out “Heavy Lies.”  “I'll Be Seeing You" is a mournful tune, full of soul.


Come check them out live this Saturday at Toads Place.


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