Your Demise - Leeds Festival 2011 review
'A slab of aural hardcore with pits Gallows would tip their hats to'
Gavin McInally - 26 August 2011
"Let's get muddy, let's get dirty", demands Your Demise frontman Ed McRae before launching into a slab of aural hardcore.
The rising English metal scene quintet thrive off a swollen crowd either seeking a dose of pit inducing break downs, or simply escaping the downpours outside the canvas.
A circle pit and wall of death, which Gallows and Devildriver would tip their hats to, break out before the well-drilled group launch into the stunning 'Miles Away' to cap an energetic early afternoon showing the rest of the Lock Up Tent will have to follow for the rest if the day.
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