Monster Crunch by Mother Vulture: Review
Mother Vulture’s most recent single, “Monster Crunch,” is a gloriously haphazard track that heavily draws from its more dramatic side to create an outrageously entertaining horror story. The song is jam-packed with catchy passages, engrossing riffs, and a constant sense of fun and excitement. If you weren’t sure about giving Mother Vulture a try yet, please note that they have proceeded to reinforce their social standing as one of the most thrilling acts of their kind on the UK scene right now, fusing modern and classic rock tones and creating something which feels entirely their own. This song is completely rhetorical for the audience to zone out to a different world.
The track is just over 2 minutes long, but it weaves in and out of its over-the-top horror narrative with all the theatrics of a full-length rock opera. Mother Vulture is making one final stop on the road to releasing their long-awaited debut “Mother Knows Best” in the form of a high-octane and theatrical rage single called the song completely goes off the rails into a monster attack, Godzilla. It then ends with one of the most crunching riffs the Bristol 4 piece has yet to deliver.
The band recently wrapped up a very well-attended seven-date headline tour and had a successful summer festival season, performing at ArcTangent, Bloodstock, Leopalooza, Bearstone Croatia, and Steelhouse. In December, the group will embark on another headline tour to promote the release of its debut album, “Mother Knows Best.”
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Photo credits: Nathalie Nicola
Review by: Peyton Davis