Spare No Words are a Melbourne based hard-hitting heavy rock band that have recently released their debut album Kill The World.
The three-piece is made up of Chris Russell (Guitar), Finbar Concaig (Bass/Vox) and Josh Coghlan (Drums). The group’s shared love for bands such as System Of A Down, Violent Soho and Tool inspired their initial development, leading to drinking unhealthy amounts of beer and occasional gigging.
The single, “Nothing” draws elements from the broader rock/metal scene without overly conforming to either of them: the song has a funky, heavy, chaotic energy. The album is a diverse amalgamation of punk, heavy rock and metal aimed at the sweet spot of the Australian heavy music community.
The album speaks of themes with reference to challenges in life, oppression of the helpless and the slavery that the every-man commits himself to. The album serves as a commentary on the world as a whole as well as a reflection of the songwriter.
“It’s weird, heavy, groovy; it’s silly in parts and earnest in the rest, it’s a fuckin’ ride”. ~ Josh Goghlan (Drums)
The name, Kill The World references the destruction of the destructive, and the ‘killing’ of the negative world you left behind. Tracks such as “Thirst”, “Come Alive” & “Your Eyes” are stereo cranking worthy.
2020 is looking to be a big year for Spare No Words: despite currently being confined to their respective residences and unable to perform, an album tour and physical album launch are on the cards for when social distancing measures are relaxed. The boys are excited to release a project they are rather proud of.
Spare No Words debut album Kill The World was released on all digital platforms 5th May 2020.