Noise of Minority approach surprisingly hard, sound more adult and technically better. After their 2005 album “8thin” the long time anticipated record “You reap What We Sow” is now released. It seems that the guys let off steam in the hardcore- jalopy, N.B. a well- balanced mixture of melodic frictions and increasing hardness.
Speed- changes, distinct passages and dominating driving guitars are a bit too humbly dubbed, otherwise the impressive growls of these bad boys are remarkable. And I like especially “Enemy” and “Breed Of Tomorrow” which are high class and contain kick- ass- elements fitting the genre. Who is open to a blend of variations should contact the band. Those who like it the ancient way: Noise of Minority, c/o Robert Knapp, K:M:E Management, Rosenstr. 2, 88486 Kirchberg a.d. Iller, Germany.