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Gallows Interviews and Features
Below are our features and interviews with Gallows.
Formed in 2005, Gallows is an English hardcore punk band from Hertfordshire, England. Guitarist Laurent Barnard united with bassist Stuart Gili-Ross, and with the rest of their band mates released their debut album, "Orchestra of Wolves." The album caught the attention of Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz, who released it in the US on independent label Epitaph Records with new tracks including a cover of Black Flag's "Nervous Breakdown." In an interview Gurewitz named "Orchestra of Wolves" as one of his favorite albums of 2007, praising it as being the best hardcore album since Refused's "The Shape of Punk to Come."
The band won the 2007 Kerrang! Award for best British Newcomer, and were recently signed to Warner Brothers Records.
Roya Butler sat down with guitarist Laurent Barnard during Warped Tour to discuss the tour, their album, and why every Gallows show leaves audiences begging for more. More...