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Bruce Goodenough, Charlie Butler, Ben Washbrook, Tom Haworth and new singer Nathan Coyle, Experimental / Progressive / Hardcore from in and around Birmingham in the West Midlands, instead of writing a bio ill just show you what the media think of them:-

METAL HAMMER REVIEW
"THE HUBBLE CONSTANT (auto:reverse:silence).
sounding not unlike the fall of troy, the hubble constant bring a number of influences to a great sound. Think Tool's mindset, the instrumental precision of opeth, the erratic energy of every time i die and a very LA garage-rock vocal run through an amp. With an abstract name like Hubble you get what you'd expect: strange music. Diverse sounds like reggae rhythms, crashing crescendos and whispered vocals make this a particularly eerie and intruiging CD"

DIE, SHELLSUIT DIE! REVIEW
(I SINE COSINE )
it was a challenge listening to these boyos, but I am glad I did. Taking a progressive angle to most of the left-field art-rock stuff of late they throw in more discordance and tempo changes than the rest. Imagine if you will what the Murder Of Rosa Luxembourg would sound like if they had carried on after the first album and listened to more pg99.
All four tracks have there own identity and show a different facet of the bands personality. My favourite is the final track “ Bringing Down The Telescope”. Starting with samples and ambient noise before letting rip with some Blood Brothers esque vocals and riffing before dropping into a Slint like middle and finally finishing with a extended melodic build up and samples.
Hearing this CD makes me want to see the boys live and then I can imagine it will all fall into place.

NATIONAL GIG GUIDE, LIVE REVIEW
31st October (Halloween Show)
"birmingham band the hubble constant burst onto the stage first impression told me these boys had energy, driving vocals with instrumentals which swiched from an assault into mellow at all the right points, something made me think of a mash up between at the drive in, deftones, hint of blood brothers and a mix of will haven definitely something that fits into a crowded local scene that can stand alone and after hearing the vocalist is a brand new addition can only prove how exciting and interesting the next few months will be for these guys, I shall make a point to see these boys again"

Genres: Metal

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