REVIEW: March – Set Loose

March – Set Loose
CD/LP 2020 Uncle M Music

NL/B rock band March released their second full-length ‘Set Loose’ on March 20th 2020, the follower to their 2016 full length début ‘Stay Put’ and their 2014 EP ‘In The Air’. After a few line-up changes and with a new record under their belts they are more than ready to kick ass and conquer the world with their punk infused rock’n’roll.

On ‘Set Loose’ you can hear that Fleur van Zuilen trained her vocal chords to get them as gritty as they could be, strings are tuned for some high voltage rock’n’roll and the rhythm section is tearing down the walls.

Thanks to COVID-19, their plans to dominate the world turned out a little different. But never mind the lockdown, just go and listen to ‘Set Loose’. It is a powerful and divers, a raw and pissed off, a catchy yet grungy punkrock’n’hole album from the lovechild of Hole and the Bronx. It is ‘highly recommended’ by yours truly. 8.5/10


  1. On High Heat
  2. Challenger
  3. Born A Snake
  4. Already Gone
  5. Fear Of Roses
  6. She’s A Hurricane
  7. Nothing Ever Really Dies
  8. Start Again
  9. Evil Kicks
  10. Reaper’s Delight
  11. The Surface


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