New Sounds from Leeds — FIZZY BLOOD Sweat and Sulphur Reviewed Here

Fizzy Blood are a band born from drive, determination and resilience.

Based in Leeds, UK, this refreshingly courageous five-piece have shed any trace of their generic own-brand of retro-inspired rock. Now the sounds are packed with blistering riffs combined with a modern songwriting ethos — they have managed to create something that stands out from the current trend in rock music — with one foot in the blues landscape of Queens Of The Stone Age and another in the punk-infused rock and roll of Pulled Apart By Horses.

Last November as part of a new initiative, the Leeds-based record label Come Play With Me released its first split 7” vinyl recording.

Fizzy Blood - The vocal flames and the atmosphere is heavy and smoggy...
Fizzy Blood – The vocal flames and the atmosphere is heavy and smoggy…

Next month, Come Play With Me – a Community Interest Company set up to promote exciting musical talents from the Leeds region — will issue a second recording, this time showcasing a new track from Fizzy Blood.

We had a listen to Sweat and Sulphur:

Cut and sliced with hot ‘n’ shimmering guitars, fumes bluster — while a thick, crusty bass-guitar bellows at the center.

The vocal flames and the atmosphere is heavy and smoggy.

This is melodious, humming and oh-so scandalously exciting …

Words: @neilmach 2016 ©
Link: https://www.facebook.com/FIZZYBLOOD/

 

 
Sweat and Sulphur by Fizzy Blood with ‘Attack’ by OFFICERS, will be released on 19th February 2016 through Come Play With Me
It can be pre-ordered via pledgemusic here: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/come-play-with-me

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