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The Senton Bombs - Mass Vendetta album review

Album Review

Hefty, high-minded slab of Blackpool rock.

In the forgotten backwaters and drizzly seaside towns, places too far out-of-the-way to be swept along in the zeitgeist’s slipstream, they still rock the old way. The Senton Bombs, causing minor quakes of punky AC/DC, Social Distortion and Backyard Babies across Blackpool since 2004, epitomise the UK’s substratum of diehard outliers and their fourth album is a notable addition to the art of burying contemporary issues beneath the raw voltage sounds of 1978.


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