Album Review: Black Spiders- Can’t Die, Won’t Die

Can’t Die Won’t Die is the fourth album from Sheffield based rock band Black Spiders. This album was an album a bit out of my usual listening comfort zone, if you have read my reviews regularly, you may have noticed my preference of grrrl rock, but when I received the promotion email, I was intrigued to hear more from this rock band I hadn’t really acquainted myself with. After all, I do also love a lot of classic rock bands and there was definitely this sort of vibe about them.

Being a little out of my usual comfort zone, I wasn’t sure about the album to begin with, but with a few more listens Can’t Die Won’t Die began to grow on me. The album is filled with punch in the air anthems such as track ‘Alright Alright Alright’ and ‘Destroyer’. I feel like the album would make the perfect soundtrack for a road trip with your friends. The music has a driven energy and enthusiasm about it that keeps you coming back for more. 

The band said of the album “It’s a party album from top to tail, everyone a banger! As usual there is something for everyone and maybe some surprises. We went all out, balls out on this record, each track is an ear worm…”

Can’t Die Won’t Die is released this Friday- May 12th through Spinefarm. You can pre order here

Catch Black Spiders live at the following dates on their September tour.

The Hot Damn! to support on all dates.

Fri 15 Sep – The Forum, Tunbridge Wells

Sat 16 Sep – New Cross Inn, London

Sun 17 Sep – Moonshine, Portsmouth

Mon 18 Sep – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Tue 19 Sep – The Warehouse, Leeds

Thu 21 Sep – Live Rooms, Chester

Fri 22 Sep – The Garage (Attic), Glasgow

Sat 23 Sep – Anarchy Brewery, Newcastle

Sun 24 Sep – The Patriot, Crumlin

Mon 25 Sep – The Junction, Plymouth

Black Spiders are also confirmed to play the following festivals with more to be added:

Sunday May 28th

Call of the Wild festival

Sunday 23rd July

Maid in Stone festival

Sunday 13th August

Firestorm festival

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Review by Hayley Foster da Silva

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