Braindead No Consequences

The simplicity of hardcore tends to be buried beneath the complex curtain of overly ambitious guitar, drum and throat work, which is why it’s sometimes so pleasurable to listen to a band like Braindead. Though they bring some of the chaotic elements of hardcore to the table (and have obviously taken cues from bands like Count Me Out and Turning Point), the band are clearly about moderation. All of the instrumentation can be detected individually throughout No Consequences, with the vocals complementing the music, as opposed to overpowering it. No Consequences is as melodic as it is aggressive, as poignant as it is sincere, proven by "Sure Is Lonely Down Here” and "Dear Alison.” (Burn Bridges)