Partisan Review

March 19, 2017 | By:


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Exciting times in store for English metal band Partisan with the release of their new single ‘Ashes’ due out on the 7th April.  Formed in Manchester, Lancashire during early 2013 the band want nothing more than to imbue authentic rock into the limelight, re-invigorating the genre and taking the music scene by storm with daring, gritty and tenacious rock anthems.  Consisting of founding member and also lead vocals and guitar Stuart Armstrong, Don Albon on bass and newest member Leo Stanfield on drums the band currently have an EP released and most recent single ‘Juggernaut’ making their new single highly anticipated.  In high demand Partisan have a string of releases and gigs planned as well as planning a return to the US after an outstanding response due to playing piano’s in New York as well as LA’s Whiskyagogo in late 2016.
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When listening to ‘Ashes’ I was immediately drawn in by the hypnotic vocals, melodic riffs and intense rock and indie sound.  Instantaneously catchy the fresh and addictive lyrics alongside the instrumentals are superb and kept me gripped for the duration of the song to include great guitar solo’s towards the end. Certainly a band deserving of attention within the music scene and with UK tour dates lined up Partisan will without doubt be the group to see this year as not only do these boy’s have a unique sound but also a great stage presence.  Kicking off in March and set to finish in August it is positively a gig not to be missed.  Take a look at the tour dates listed below for a chance to see this excellent band…..
10th Mar The Underground, Bradford
30th Mar The Castle, Manchester
31st Mar Dublin Castle, Camden
6th May West Street Live, Sheffield
26th May Big Barn Rally, Stockport
23rd June Factory 251, Manchester
14th July Zanzibar, Liverpool
11th Aug Support Syrian Refugees, Old Fire Station, Carlisle
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Photo taken from the Partisan Facebook page