Much ado has been made about the latest breed of hard rock heroes, from whiz kid emo-rockers to scary-masked nu-metal madmen, both of whom, in their own canny way, spit out speedy, lo-fi riffs whilst touting angry bad-boy rhetoric. Lethargy are you’ll be pleased to know, cut from a refreshingly different cloth.
This is a band that merges two highly valuable commodities; that’s riff driven hard rock and seriously impressive, some might say spellbinding, musicality. Sure, it’s been a long time coming but, thank god, they’ve finally arrived…and in some style too.
Born and raised in South Wales, Neath to be precise, this four-man crew has hauled themselves up by their boot straps with one specific and infinitely noble goal in mind – to become one of the best groups of their generation.
It’s a tall order, but ambition and drive is something these guys have in spades. That’s not to say Lethargy are boxing above their weight – clearly they have it in ‘em to lay waste to the competition – but they want to win by pushing their own personal musical and personal boundaries to the max. And that’s a very good thing indeed.