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  • Audio CD (July 10, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B000RGSOHS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,586 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Kill the Rhythm
2. Come Friendly Bombs
3. Abandon Ship
4. In The Belly Of A Shark
5. Six Years
6. Rolling With The Punches
7. Last Fight For the Living Dead
8. Just Because You Sleep Next To Me Doesn't Mean You Are Safe
9. Will Someone Shoot That Fucking Snake
10. Stay Cold
11. I Promise This Won't Hurt
12. Orchestra Of Wolves
13. Sick Of Feeling Sick
14. Black Heart Queen
15. Nervous Breakdown

Editorial Reviews

A screaming blast from across the Atlantic, England's Gallows have arrived to remind us of punk's angry roots. Their debut, originally released in the UK in 2006, saw the band immediately heralded as saviors of the scene: "...the best British punk band since The Clash" - Kerrang! "...one of the finest displays of sneering, snotty attitude since The Sex Pistols" - Total Guitar. Gallows combine the founding fury of Black Flag and Minor Threat, blended with the melodic hardcore of Refused, and a brutally honest social vision, unflinchingly tackling topics such as hometown violence, date rape, and broken homes. The US version contains three bonus tracks. "They're anti-boredom, the antithesis of safe rock, the kind of band who actually matter" - NME. Look for them on this summer's Warped Tour.

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All in all, a fantastic album for any hardcore rock fan.
Draven
Artwork is cool as well but when you put the cd in and hit play, crank it up real loud...its perfect driving music as well.
Mezzotint
They're(the band)young but succeeded to combine very well the contemporary style of heavy music with the roots of rock.
Pedro Pereira

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Draven on July 16, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The British have proved once again that they can match screaming American music. The songs are great for moshing (haha) and have great meaning to them. My personal favorite song is Orchestra of Wolves becasue of the Moulin Rouge reference. I was excited to get this album and was far from disappointed. All in all, a fantastic album for any hardcore rock fan.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Smithson on September 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Gallows are a hardcore band from Watford, UK who only formed in 2005, and their debut 'Orchestra Of Wolves' is a breath of fresh air. A stunning album with such classics as the title track & 'In The Belly Of A Shark'. The most important rock/punk album for many years, which has breathed new life into the genre. Get the 2 disc edition as there are 6 stunning live in session tracks & 4 studio tracks including the AWESOME Black Heart Queen & a hidden track - a cover of the Ruts 'Staring At The Rude Boys'. If you like your music loud with lots of energy, then this is the album for you. BUY IT NOW!
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you put it on and you begin to move, then you move faster, until you covered in sweat. you brain will be in its perfect state of pleasure. deep, deep down and dirty rock and roll. this has got to be in your 2007 top 5 list. hard and honest- a junior to iggy. keep on doing the music honest and deep down gritty, and you will have one hell of a long rock career.
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By Mr. Trek on May 26, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love this album. Hardcore punk is really growing on me and these guys know what there doing. This is a must get
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By A. George on August 21, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I happened to catch these guys at Warped Tour. They were really great live, and I had to pick up their album. After listening to it I was not disappointed and very happy with my purchase. If you like punk then this is an album to own and band to know. Have a listen and be prepared to be amazed.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nick Colosi on April 30, 2008
Format: Audio CD
So I saw this band at Warped Tour last year 'cause I was with a friend who liked them and wanted to see them. Their fans sucked 'cause they were all thrash dancers, but overall I really liked what I was hearing and a few weeks later I bought this CD.

Overall, it's pretty good, a little hit or miss, but overall a solid listen and a good blend of the "real punk" that everyone keeps advocating for, and the "hardcore/emo/whatever" that is really big in the scene today. I'm not gonna label these guys as anything but "music" and as for music, it's not half bad.

The guitarists are very talented, both six string players stand out on many of the tracks and occasionally they stand back and give the bassist a little room on songs like "Belly of a Shark." They play riffs that are very catchy and at times very unpredictable, like nothing that I've ever heard before (Not in a stunning, "never heard anything like it" but more just that they are very different) Frank's vocals are really cool because we have the hardcore screaming factor mixing with the English accent, making it a sound that is seldom heard in the business. It's fun to listen to to say the least.

Only issue I have hear is that the middle of the CD drags on a little. The first four tracks will basically punch you in the face with the sound of hardcore aggression, but then the CD steps back and mellows out a little with tracks like "Six Years" Ultimately I don't even remember what's on the CD between tracks 10 and 11 because those two songs were so forgetable. The mellow tracks aren't so bad it's just that you have to be in a good mood to listen to them. The CD ends strong with the croud pleasing title track, a raunchy song about womanizing, along with "Sick of Feeling Sick" and the Black Flag cover.

Overall, this album is a little out there, so definitely download it first and then see if it's worth your hard earned cash. For me it was but that's 'cause I'm into that sort of thing.
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