Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review
Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review 9
Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review 9
Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review 9
Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review 9
Modern Error - Lost In The Noise - Album Review 9
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Modern Error drop their latest offering Lost In The Noise March 1st and it’s an absolute angst ridden beauty that is impossible to ignore. An eight-track wonder it kicks of with blistering intent with ‘Buried And Blue’, a savage in your face number that leaves you battered and bruised.

Immediately you are then taken in a different direction with ‘Funeral Verse’ which offers cinematic quality with its arrangement and it’s double sided emotive yet angst ridden turmoil. It gives you a taste of what Modern Error offer beyond your cookie cutter song-writing that is all too common among new millennial bands. There is a deep melodic quality within this recording meshed amongst brutal and barbaric riffage, all delivered with potent vocals to complete the package.

The vicious nature of the album is well balance by first class penmanship, which ensures there are more than a few radio friendly aspects to Modern Error so as not to exclude them from the masses, huge choruses with addictive hooks just make the album more engaging with every spin.

Lost In The Noise also cleverly offers two reworked versions of album tracks in ‘Seperation Scars’ and ‘Funeral Verse’ which shows the diversity of this highly talented quartet. A really bold and ballsy release, Lost In The Noise is beautifully crafted album, multi layered and packed with intrigue.

Well worth checking out, the guy are currently on tour with As It Is and you can catch them at a venue near you. Check out the UK dates below.


Lost In The Noise is released March 1st


Track List:

Buried And Blue

Funeral Verse

Blackout Poetry

Cross Me Out

Separation Scars

Self Synthetic

Funeral Verse +

Separation Scars +


01 Bath Moles

02 Bridgend Hobos

04 Belfast Oh Yeah Centre

05 Dublin Green Room

07 Liverpool Arts Club Loft

08 Carlisle Old Fire Station

09 Aberdeen Tunnels

11 Stoke Sugarmill

12 Colchester Arts Centre

14 Leicester Academy 2

15 Brighton Concorde 2


Zak Pinchin – Vocals / Kel Pinchin – Guitar / Aurélien Mariat – Bass / Conor Nicholls – Drums


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