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Ahead of the forthcoming 10th anniversary shows, we rank all 12 songs on Cancer Bats’ classic Hail Destroyer album from least awesome to most awesome.
…”everything you could possibly want from a surprise Cancer Bats release. Welcome to the Year of the Bat”
“…intelligent hardcore seething with a devil-may-care, last-chance sense of purpose, creating a constantly engaging, swirling vortex of ideas”
“…20 minutes of gloriously pungent beer-throwing, glue-sniffing, truck-loving, speed-metal-punk-thrash bedlam with absolutely zero deviation from the course…”
“…a ticket to Motorhead vs the realisation you’re actually seeing Hawkwind, Superbia adds psychedelia and prog to the proto-punk mix to roll where Black Magick Boogieland rocked…”
“… a two-headed beast that will vomit rainbows into your most ferocious nightmares, it’s hard to imagine an album like this coming from anywhere other than Norway…”