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"The band obviously wanted to chill out instead of playing a more upbeat set."
They've got 'The L-Shaped Man' in tow
"Ceremony explores an internalised existential rage and embraces angsty nihilistic melancholia"
These guys exude a righteous love of hardcore, a love that infects everyone in the band’s vicinity.
Some people hate the new direction Ceremony have taken, says frontman Ross Farrar, but there’s no way this band is changing for anyone.
While Ceremony are not incredibly original and do not break much new ground, what they do they do very well, making Zoo a great album to listen to from start to finish.
This years over-18 and all ages Hardcore 2012 shows have been announced.
I think I may have missed somethingâ€¦