Review: Frattura – Tutto Deve Crollare

The Ligurian band Frattura unveils 8 punchy tracks that feel like a kick in the teeth

Formed in 2018 in the province of Imperia, the band formed by Adri, Dax (TimeforNothing) and Maurizio (Plateau Sigma) delivers 10 raw minutes of Old School Hardcore Punk in their debut EP.
Sick basslines and drums breaks, catchy riffs and screamings that leave us out of breath : for eight songs never exceeding two minutes, these three guys remind us of the best of the genre.
Recorded by sound engineer Tony M.F (Eversione, Gli Stronzi) their album is named after the cover “Tutto deve crollare/Everything must collapse” from 102 truffe (an 80’s band from their neighbourhood.)
No compromises, no frills, Frattura celebrates the sound of the early 90’s Italian punk scene while exploring desperately topical and accurate subjects.
In short, a very promising debut album for a band that cries out the boredom of a generation, more than ever: without any hope. 

Rating: 9/10


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