The initial answer is yes, with regards to opening track “See The Noise”. It’s a brilliantly melodic guitar driven intro and draws you in immediately, the recording is great quality, thanks to work at Philbraham Audio Studios, and it’s actually really catchy metal. Having three vocalists adds a certain dynamic to the band too, with the different ranges and levels of ferocity giving the song extra depth, with the heaviest vocals being in control here.
“Legacy” is another slab of finely played melodic riffery, no more, no less, before EP highlight “Z Is For Xenomorph” gets down and dirty, focussing more on the rough vocals. The Trivium influence of Matt Heafy is clear as day for the most part mid-verse and it’s a great piece of metal, before we finish up on “This Is All I Have”. It’s got a slow intro but picks up over the course of the track; we’d be fools to assume we’d end on a dull note…well done indeed.
For a two year old unsigned band, writing and recording music of this quality shows natural talent and clear passion for what they do; there are no half measures here. Having three lead vocalists is an interesting aspect when you consider how they must perform on the live stage. As a band they must be tight which is even more promising as it’s on stage where this kind of music counts. The songs on this EP must sound incredible live, and as the band grows I genuinely hope to hear more and more people from outside of their Nottingham scene talking about them. 
The EP "Voices" is available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/voices-ep/id895062658
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