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Setting their stall out from the off, Not Your Enemy is full of ferocious riffs and a nagging guitar line which underpins a percussive assault courtesy of Sarah Davies’ pretty awesome stick skills; Run This Town is a roller coaster of a track, perfectly demonstrating their adeptness at the quiet/loud/quiet approach; the shouted opening of Broken, with its rhythmic breakdown is a particular highlight.

The bouncing rhythm of Behind These Walls is relentless and exhausting, with an all-out bombardment of instrumentation which manages to contain enough space to let Jordan Bailey’s vocals really shine through.

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It took me until after the first song ( ‘Not Your Enemy) to get into Black Nevada as this is a genre of rock/metal music I don’t normally listen to but once the Jimmy Eat World like melodies and Far like dynamics of following number ‘Behind These Walls’ was  powered out with youthful exuberance, I was hooked!

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A band very much exploring multiple genres and blending them to create their own sound. Very Impressive in the song writing department, a band that deserves to be heard by a wider audience. 

This six track EP from Shildon/ Bishop Auckland based Alt rock band Black Nevada impresses from the off, a glorious chunky riif kicks the first track, “Not Your Enemy” off in great style, a distinctive vox from Jordan Bailey delivers a controlled performance, powerful yet clear, the riff is ever present, creating a great hook throughout the track. A very good rock track.

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"In my many years of loving music and attending concerts of all types of genres and artists, I have not yet seen a band with more  enthusiasm and stage presence then that of Black Nevada. The 5 piece band from North-East England played at Make A Scene Festival on 15th August 2015, playing with the likes of Don Broco, Malevolence and ROAM"

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