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"Rocksound Review Nov 09"

The second EP from these Scottish brutes is a work of unadulterated pop-rock joy.
Vocalist Chris Alexander may draw many comparisons with his familiar tongue lashings, including Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil, But it is a voice which just about works on the borderline crossover of acceptable pop music with rock undertones, as seen in stand out track ‘She Dances’. While ‘Somedays You Just Can’t Get Rid Of A Bomb’ might have some half arsed clichéd lyrics, the rest of the release offers so much hope for the future from yet another a vibrant young Scottish band.

- Peter Clarke


Paint the Fence Invisible (2006) - Limited Release
Eleven Eyes of a Simple Man (June 2009)



Anavris are a four-piece rock outfit from the outskirts of Glasgow. The band are known for their flamboyant and high octane performances which has lead to a solid home town fan base, along with support slots for Hell is for Heroes, Brigade, Exit Ten and Flood of Red.

The band have recently released their new EP ‘Eleven Eyes of a Simple Man’ recorded by Jason Wilcox (Reuben and Fightstar). The Ep gained favourable reviews in Rocksound and Kerrang. Anavris are on a mission to promote good British rock music.