Recent Reviews

Feb 29, 2020*
85
Did not realize I was able to add music to the page lmao. Anyway, this song is pretty great. I was very unsure at first, but a few listens in and it has really grown on me. The guitars actually go really hard, harder than I can remember Neck Deep going in a while. The first two chords or so of the chorus are so hard to even make out, in a good way. It's like a weird but cool dissonance between Ben going very high and the music going lower. Yeah sure.

The lyrics are probably what most people ... read more
Feb 29, 2020
80
Incredibly cheesy and fun. Disappointed this won't be on the new record, but I still get a kick out of it. Really do not get the hate for this one. Much like their newest single Lowlife, which is better than this one, it's silly and doesn't take itself too seriously. The chorus is like an explosion right in your bloody face, and I love the little vocals in the back. How on earth is this almost a year old?
Feb 1, 2020
83
From what I can tell, most fans consider this self-titled third album to be the weakest of the bunch. I thought I agreed, but upon giving it another listen, it's actually now my favourite.

With songs like Heavy Gloom and Nerve already being the best this band has put out, I just expected the rest to be mediocre and underwhelming. I was pleasantly surprised, as there really wasn't a poor track besides maybe Scowl. In fact, after Nerve the entire album kind of falls apart a little bit. Phantom ... read more
Aug 23, 2019
82
Finally got around to giving this a second listen, and damn, it's actually really good. Not to say I disliked it on first listen, but I was surprised at how enjoyable it was and especially how fast it went by. This album is so much fun, you can tell they just went crazy on this one and I think it paid off.

Vampire Money is a perfect way to end the album, it really gets you pumped up. It also just makes you want to hear even more, which I guess is a good thing. You also have songs like ... read more
Aug 6, 2019*
86
The album that combines the two EPs Rain In July / A History of Bad Decisions isn't on this website, so I'll just write this here.

Neck Deep are my favourite band of all time. Granted, I don't listen to a LOT of music, but everything I have listened to has paled in comparison to these boys from Wales. I have enjoyed everything they've put out, even their latest single She's a God, which is a banger and has me so excited for their fourth studio record.

For no real reason, I decided to give ... read more
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