Video: Max Raptor "The King Is Dead" & "The Alarm"
Max Raptor's unchecked attitude and energy results in the kind of racket that could incite a dance party…or a fistfight.
ALBUM Portraits (Naim Edge Records)
SOUND Four-piece punk act Max Raptor hail from Midlands, U.K., and deliver plenty of frantic riffage, alt-rock hooks and fist-pumping choruses on their second mini-LP, Portraits. The song’s unchecked attitude and energy—led by singer Wil Ray’s sneering vocals and guitarist J.B. Willcox’s propulsive rhythmic work—results in the kind of racket that could incite a dance party…or a fistfight.
KEY TRACK “The King Is Dead”
Watch "The King Is Dead":
Watch "The Alarm":
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