From Love To Violence – Moth

From Love To Violence – Moth

27th June 2019 0 By John Deaux

This is a pretty simple review to write. Score 9/10

I am totally in love with this 9 track, 30 minute album. From Love To Violence hail from Australia. They’re totally DIY and so eclectic. There are moments of psych (Never Broken and Moth), ethereal trance (Red 50 Seven), punk (At Least You’re Happy) and pure unadulterated groove (Naked).

 Just when you think you may have a handle on this record, it totally fucks you with a cover of Make Me Feel and more proof that no 2 tracks are alike

Devoys voice is quite simply unexplainable. From gutteral growls to emotive. The band backing is sublime. Rumbling bass from Lloyd and coupled with the laid back groove of drummer Reg, the back bone is set. Mels guitars and Dales keys are a perfect coupling. Almost as if they were made for each other. 

The chemistry that is apparent on Moth is tremendous. Don’t just take my word for it, you can check the whole lot out on YouTube

 Score 9/10

Track List

The Beast Man

My Decision



Red 50 Seven

Never Broken

The Oldest Trick

At Least You’re Happy

Make Me Feel




Self Released

For all things From Love To Violence and to get hold of a copy of Moth click HERE and message the band direct.


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