Hondo Maclean an Album review of Unspoken Dialect

Melody 10 out of Ten
Passion 10 out of Ten
Attention keeping 10 out of Ten
Sit and listen 10 out of Ten
Quality of Songs 10 out of Ten
Climbing the furnature 10 out of Ten
Another outstanding album from the stables of Mighty Atom records, This is angular post-hardcore nu metal at its sweetest, swinging between brutality and gentleness, from ferocious metal to soft harmonies, this is beauty and the beast epitomised, a mix so difficult that you would say it's impossible, but Hondo Maclean have achieved the imposible by not only making it work but actually sounding good with it, a mix so potent that you will not be able to resist. The hints were there on their earlier work's but nothing could of prepared the world for this, an album of complicated simplicity, well done guys....

Hondo Maclean

Vocals– Ben Woosnam

Bass & Vocals – Richard Boucher

Guitar – Gavin Philips

Guitar & Vocals – Gavin Burrough

Drums – Jake Thomas

The Guys have enjoyed much critical acclaim and support since their inception in early 2002, including sessions on the Radio 1 Rock show and Radio Wales, videos placed in the top 10 of Sky's TV's rock channel Scuzz and pages and pages of coverage in publications as varied as Kerrang, rock sound, metal hammer, The Fly, NME, Logo, Big Cheese, Total Film etc... Employing a stylistic hybrid of Slayer style intensity, poison the well like invention and even a touch of Jeff Buckley flavoured melody and progressiveness, they want to move guitar music FORWARD!

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Mighty Atom records on September 20 2004

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