Nathaniel Peirce and Jake Martin
"You can feel the energy hurtling into the room as a furious wall of sound funnels its way into your eardrums like a cascading flood of adrenaline. Out provides the audience with a torrent of guitar and percussion that despite its furious pounding is far from an opaque blur rather tapestries of finely woven translucence as the trio skilfully are able to add context to the elemental rock, to which the vocal delivers an amazingly precise articulation and intonation, given the number of words a minute being hurled through the speakers.
The trio are able to combine granularity with a sense of the philosophy of Heraclitus as the ever evolving swarms of sound continually reform themselves in the burning embers leaving the audience with the feeling that they have themselves gone through a transformation.
Whilst tracks run typically for between thirty seconds and one hundred and fifty, Out chose to open their recent eight track LP – Oms (available on bandcamp), which came out on the 3rd, with a one thousand two hundred and eighty one second title track soliloquy, which rather than sounding like a rambling monologue, is a fascinating fulmination that reminds me of Crass in loquacious mood.
A ‘must have in your collection’ and if you think not, you are probably not going to find much to enjoy in many of the bands reviewed on this site."
Tomoki Sanders - Saxophone on "Oms"
Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Mastering