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Djevara / Press

"Good isn't a word to be wheeled out when magnificent is still available. Djevara, right here, right now, are magnificent."

ORGAN ART

"Good isn't a word to be wheeled out when magnificent is still available. Djevara, right here, right now, are magnificent."

"Good isn't a word to be wheeled out when magnificent is still available. Djevara, right here, right now, are magnificent."

UNPEELED.NET

“You can only salute the tenacity of Djevara. Their music is strong... At The Drive-In/Fugazi-inspired anger with good old hyper-metal riffage. "The Consumer" and "600 Years..." are so eyeball-poppingly angry you can't help but be swept along."”

Ben Myers - Kerrang!

"the album has an unrelenting and almost impenetrable concrete and armour plated and rough as fuck metal sound, through the hardcore riffage there are some surprisingly hooky tunes... an awe-inspiring whole."

Ben Bradford - Subba Cultcha

"Imagine Tool hooked on a funk rock beat. Or Fugazi getting drunk on Rage Against The Machine's philosophy. Somehow Djevara manage to make all of this sound cohesive, agitating, DIY and musically confident. An exciting album of blazing, streetwise British promise."

Malcolm Dome - Metal Hammer

“Ferocious UK alt-rock / punk-metal hybrid of passionate, energetic and visceral music - at times like Rage Against The Machine in a fistfight with Sepultura, this is politically charged alternative rock for a new generation. And yes, the title is ironic.”

Online Review of God Is White

“RN: So politics are a big part of the band? B: What I’d say is that everyone should be true to themselves, and their beliefs, and everyone in the band has their own opinion and their own views.”

“While I could draw comparisons to Sevendust or Rage Against The Machine, Djevara grab these influences and take them beyond to a new plain of existence; adding acid-trippy distortion across the board to create an atmosphere past the music, an ambiance greater than the whole...”