Thrash Hits verdict: Employing the Death From Above 1979 template of doing away with guitars, North Wales two-piece, Beard of Wolves produce dirty rock ‘n’ roll propelled by pounding drums and fuzzy bass lines. They also share a similar penchant for combining the bizarre with pop sensibilities as fellow Welsh men Future of the Left and McClusky before them.
Beard Of Wolves
Coming out of north Wales, Beard Of Wolves aren't for the faint-hearted as they present an eclectic and ferocious fusion of rock, garage and drum and bass. If that doesn't sound enough for you, then their ruthless mix of filthy basslines and pounding drums are taken to another dimension with spooky synths and haunting, echoey vocals. Think noisy garage-rock with a nu-rave twist. Read more on Last.fm.