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by The Nightmares

A dark mix of punk rock, garage hooks and rock 'n roll
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stand Up and Fight
The Nightmare
3:07 $0.99
2. Bella Gloom
The Nightmare
3:52 $0.99
3. You're Too Late
The Nightmare
3:08 $0.99
4. We're Alright
The Nightmare
3:03 $0.99
5. Static State
The Nightmare
3:03 $0.99
6. All My Friends Are Nameless
The Nightmare
4:00 $0.99
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Album Notes
Monday, September 21, 2009
"The Future is Coming and It's Not Too Late To Change It - The Nightmares (EP Review) - SPUN

From the opening lines of "Stand Up & Fight" the yowl and screech of Nick Hall's lead vocals are proof that this band is one of a handful of bands in this country that are far from laying down in this watered down state we call the Canadian music scene. Fortunately this band has no problem grabbing the industry by the balls and showing a country it can still rock.

The Nightmares are a power punk revival band heavily saturated in pop that won't disappoint. For only forming early this year they have a one hell of a solid six song Ep. I was shocked to find out that they already have twenty five more songs ready to go that the band wrote and recorded while recording their self titled Ep in the studio. Working with the likes of Matt Pomade (THE CREEPSHOW) and Peter Arvidsson (DUMPER, ROBIN BLACK) may help you paint picture of where this band is heading. That being said they definitely bring their own intense fiery style to the table

As with all the songs on this high energy catchy rock cd, "You're Too Late" will have you singing along with this fun little number. It will have you leaping from your chair and chanting with along the distant background gang vocals. It's incredibly melodic. "Bella Gloom" has Dave Fulton hammering out a solo on his guitar that reminds you what a solo should sound like. My personal favorite "We're Alright" wastes no time ripping the riffs up right from the start backed by a crushing drum and while Static State makes you want to dance to the sing-a-long anthemetic number, Dan's pounding bass line in "All My Friends Are Nameless" will get your blood pumping nothing short of using defibrillator paddles.

The band states that they are "dedicated to bringing real rock and roll back to our fair city (Toronto)". One can only hope that the rest of country will soon be in the cross-hair of The Nightmares.

According the to the bands bio they should have a video coming in October of this year for their debut single "Static State". I for one am looking forward to it. In November of this year The Nightmares are performing with punk legends [the Misfits] in Toronto. One can only think that with shows like this it shouldn't take too long for the band to get the ball rolling. They have already accomplished some major milestones in their so far short career.

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