Incomplete and The Debut ‘Make It Right’ EP.

Incomplete – Perth, Western Australia, Australia.


Perth has shown us its fair share of talent in the past year and with the debut EP from Incomplete you can’t help but feel that this city is nearing unrelenting status.

The band’s bandcamp page states of their veteran status in regard to the varying histories each of the four-piece have on their curriculum vitaes. Hard Rock, Metal, Punk and even Funk make a worded appearance which in-turn leaves food for thought on what the next release will be. However, right this moment that matters not as this debut release is quite something.

Think Greg Graffin with a huskier voice on the earlier Bad Religion records or anything from any of the undeniably good Skate Punk albums from No Fun At All.

‘Make It Right’ could have easily been found on How Could Hell Have Been Any Worse?, Suffer or No Control. The sound is one of no bullshit or any real effort to think outside the box of where this four-piece currently place themselves. ‘Make it Right’ is compiled by crunching powerchord-laden rhythms over relentless drums and a guitar solo that couldn’t be anymore in place in these 96 seconds of old school Melodic Hardcore Punk-Rock.

‘Cheapskate’ and its sombre-toned lead guitar-line carries a darker attitude as it playfully but in a very melancholy tone lambasts a human worthy of the title of cheapskate. The contrasts between the classic rumbling Punk bass, simplistic thick riffage and tuneful lead set this track as nothing other than anthemic.

I won’t lie and not say I was expecting something from the band’s bio to poke through but with that said, what I was presented with, quite satisfyingly so, was Punk-Rock straight and true.

So with that, I shall raise one of my own beers to whatever comes next.

Find the band below.


Matthew Speer

Matt has 2.1 BA in History and is most likely somewhere in his twenties. He enjoys a wide range of music, but has a strong penchant for Punk-Rock. Originally he hails from the Isle Of Wight off the South Coast of England, UK and spends most of his time around England's South-West.

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