Power of Metal.dk Review

New Model Army
Between Dog and Wolf
Style: Alternative Rock
Release date: 20 September, 2013
Playing time: 65:12

'Between Dog and Wolf' is New Model Army's 14'th studio album and my first contact with this band from Bradford, UK. The band formed in 1980 and the debut album came out in 1984.

They have their own and unique style that doesn't really appeal to me in the first spin of the album. Very odd and strange post-punk/alternative rock with melancholic rock influences. I have really been trying to get this into my head, but I'm probably too old or am I driving in to deep musical traces. I don't get the message or feel the rhythm. I get no energy or so. NO, I can't throw away my time on something I don't understand. I have better things to do than listening on this arcane indie rock. Slow, sleepy and poetic rock in a dull production. I wasn't the right receiver, but if you are a fan of alternative rock genre this is maybe understandable to you.

I press on the stop button before I fall asleep.

Justin Sullivan
Michael Dean
Dean White
Marshall Gill
Ceri Monger

01. Horsemen
March In September
Seven Times
Did You Make It Safe?
I Need More Time
Pull The Sun
Lean Back And Fall
09. Stormclouds
10. Between Dog And Wolf
11. Qasr El Nil Bridge
12. Tomorrow Came
13. Summer Moors
14. Ghosts
Label: Ear Music
Distribution: Playground Music (Scandinavia)
Artwork rating: 88/100
Reviewed by: Patrik Skoglund
Date: 30 September, 2013
Website: www.newmodelarmy.org