15 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

Saint Mayhem ,

True punk roots bring the Wolves to the Orchestra

In their new album, "Orchestra of Wolves", Gallows brings listeners back to the greatest days of true punk-rock: with powerfully hardcore music, pop-ish hooks, and more emotion-filled lyrics than any songs I've heard in too long. If you try and put the vocalist above everything else, the songs just don't feel right. The best, perhaps only, way to apprectiate the singing is by accepting it not as a the center of the songs, but as another instrument augmenting the extreme feeling conveyed by the music. When listening to "Wolves" it is easy to imagine the band onstage and heckling the crowd through their music and antics. This picture comes to life when they perform live, often getting in fights over disputes with the audience. If punk-rock music is your outlet for, or the cause of, being pissed off, "Wolves" will not dissapoint.

iamthesoviet ,

FINALLY!!

I've been waiting for a decent hardcore album that appeals to my punk side, and now i finally have it! I've watched this band ever since hearing them from a mix album i got. EXCELLENT cd. The influences can range anywhere from Black Flag to Murder City Devils. I highly recommend it.

Brando808 ,

Excellent album

Hardcore sound w/ punk attitude. All tracks are sick.

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