House Vs Hurricane

House Vs Hurricane

House Vs Hurricane gear up for the release of their long awaited sophomore album Crooked Teeth due out 13th August 2012 via UNFD/Essential.

Melbourne thrashers House Vs Hurricane have delivered one of the albums of the year, brimming with attitude and ideas, and full of the kind of high octane hooks to set the heavy music world on fire.

Having made a name for themselves in Australia with continuous sold out shows and support slots with acts as like Bullet For My Valentine, Enter Shikari and The Amity Affliction, House Vs Hurricane cemented their reputation as the band to watch very early on.

‘Crooked Teeth’ merges the band’s ability to pen soaring choruses with off-kilter technical passages.

It combines ambient beauty and crushing breakdown to devastating effect. Under the masterful watch of New Jersey’s Machine (Bullet For My Valentine, Enter Shikari and The Amity Affliction),

House Vs Hurricane successfully sidestepped the pitfalls and creative cul-de-sacs so many of their peers find themselves confronted by.

Crooked Teeth runs the full gamut of rock. Pummeling heavy metal and braggadocio collide head-on in savage opener '40 Deep' which is masterfully contrasted by skillful melodic interplay in the arena-ready anthem of 'Lost World'.

Crooked Teeth sways effortlessly between punk rock aggression and delicate rock numbers without skipping a beat.