Irish alt-rockers ForeignWolf get up close and personal with their new EP, Your Weapons, Your Words. Four riff-packed tracks detailing the band’s experiences over lockdown begin with their latest single, Alone, evoking the likes of Breaking Benjamin and Chevelle with its hooks and harmonies. Up tempo Afterthought is very much more than its namesake with punchy rifs, anthemic choruses and thoughtful guitar solo. Instrumental opening No Limit balances deep bass grooves and staccato guitars with earnest and inspirational vocals from frontman Gerard McCan and finally, closer Gradual Destruction slows everything down with pared-down guitars and drums and bass riffs that are reminiscent of Dirt-era Alice In Chains. Definitely a band to catch as venues open up again.

Originally published in HRH Mag