Peregrine – Something Far Worse: Euphorically Antagonistic Rock

Up and coming Alt-Rock artist Peregrine has allowed their mind-bendingly potent energy to spill onto the soundwaves with the release of their debut album “As One Would Exist Within the Crescendo”.

While each of the 13 tracks on the colossal release will leave fans of Thrice, At the Drive In, and Hum enamoured, the best introduction to their sound is undoubtedly their standout single “Something Far Worse”.

With Something Far Worse, caustic yet polished Pop Punk collides with crashing cacophonous metal with the propensity get the adrenaline coursing. The US-based artist may have only just produced their first album, but that album contains a testament to the sharpness of their instrumental hooks, the magnetism of euphorically antagonistic choruses and their lyrical ingenuity which invites you into their biting aural aggression.

You can check out Something Far Worse along with the rest of the album for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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