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Phantom Riffage - Phantom Riffage (2014)

28-08-2014, 16:35
Music | Rock | Punk

Phantom Riffage - Phantom Riffage (2014)

Artist: Phantom Riffage
Title Of Album: Phantom Riffage
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Rock
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 29:54
Total Size: 69 Mb

1. Television, Televise (3:26)
2. Echo (2:14)
3. Ankles (5:10)
4. Buzzi (2:21)
5. Digital Beer Machine (4:58)
6. Ahoy Jetski (3:28)
7. Bust Out (3:04)
8. Jammage (5:09)

This much anticipated 2nd studio album from Scotland's behemoths of rock shall not disappoint. Packed with face melting riffs, tight breakdowns and killer vocals, this self titled album has it all.

Phantom Riffage took to the stage, twiddling on their guitars and bursting into short improvised jams, this was just foreplay for what was to come. With a subtle nod of the head from frontman and bassist Ross Girvan the trio launched into their set, unleashing the riffs that had been kept locked away all these years. Riffage break the crowd in gently, and by gently I mean they brought the riffs down like a fucking sledge hammer to the face, bursting into the driving chugs of “Hyperspace”. One song was all it took, the place was wild, beer was spilling everywhere, all around wide eyes grooved and united through appreciation of the riff. As a familiar bass lick echoed through the small but intimate venue I was instantly transported back to my youth, it was one of my favourite Riffage tracks, “Gloom Aloom”. Riffage never let the pace slip, song after song the riffs come thick and strong. They play all their classics; “Digital Beer Machine”, “Bust Out”, “Television Televise”, “Echo”, “Buzzy” and the blistering “Return From Cybertron”. It has been an absolutely epic set, and a true testament as to why Phantom Riffage were and are still regarded as one of the best rock bands to emerge from the Scottish underground scene. But just when I thought we had heard it all, the band kick into their closing number, the phenomenal “Riffage Bloody Riffage”. This song in itself is a master class in riffary, and has to be my favourite Riffage track. I completely forget about Bone-Yard and why I’m at the gig; drop my camera, and bound into the pit to rock out and raise a beer to one of the finest bands Scotland has ever produced.

As the crowd raise the Riffage lads high into the thick sweaty air like returned hero’s, I am overcome with a sense of nostalgia. This is how every gig used to be, this is what the Scottish music scene used to be like. Just like all those years ago, Phantom Riffage yet again lit a fire within me that night; it’s time to rebuild and strengthen the scene.

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