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Milo's Syndicate: Russians At The Village 6 Songs
The producer/engineer in me must ask: Where are the vocals? Where's the bass? The music fan in me is rocking relentlessly to Milo's Syndicate! This is what a rock album should be. There's loads of energy and it sounds good when you play it really fuckin' loud. There is such a great balance between elements of hardcore/punk/hard rock and metal, that there is no way to classify it as one or another. Just say ROCK and be done with it. Did I mention that I really like this record? Make more soon, except turn the lead vocal up and give the bass the big fat hairy balls it deserves. milossyndicate.com -(Joel Simches) - The Noise Magazine Boston


The first word that comes to mind when one listens to Milo ’s Syndicate is “aggressive”. That word describes this bands sound in a nutshell but does not limit them musically in any way. The musicianship in this band is very tight and very skilled. The drumming stands out especially as very driving and powerful; providing the other musicians with a strong tempo and lots of energy. The lead singer has a very powerful voice when he sings strongly or goes to the verge of screaming which is very complementing to the music. The one bad thing the stuck out from this band was their tendency to do long intros to songs, now they do have a lot of skills to show off but the intros just get boring after awhile.
Milo’s Syndicate has a strong new school hard-core feel to them but at the same time, they bring the sounds of metal as well as punk to their music which gives them something new, a sound all their own. They have a lot going for them and even more potential to expand their sound even more.
-By Courtney Forti
- Northeast In Tune Magazine


Discography

Milo's Syndicate: Russians At The Village EP
Milo's Syndicate: Futility In E Minor EP
Milo's Syndicate: Pull Me Through

Radio tracks played on WBCN, WAAF, Spiderbite Radio, WBUR, WERS, WRBB, WUML, Bullrock Radio and many others:
You've Got A Nerve
Anonymous
Overthrown
World Police
Ignorance Americana
Take It Back
Share This Pain (Live at WERS)
Lost Our Way
The Religious Wrong

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Milo's Syndicate has a constant, satisfying rumble, like a well-oiled muscle car, never slipping up despite all the beer pooling on stage. Their sound is thick East Coast hardcore, calling to mind the best of Blood for Blood and Sick of it All (who they properly covered) without seeming like a knock-off of anything - Boston Phoenix

Breathing new life into Boston Hardcore, Milo's Syndicate has earned a place alongside the city's strongest in the punk and hardcore community. The band is moving forward and building upon the underground success of 2006's "Futility in E Minor".

The five-piece finished recording their 9 track release "Pull Me Through" in May of 2007, consisting of the bands most cohesive and driven musical effort to date. While continuing to address the political concerns of previous efforts, "Pull Me Through" also delves into a year of personal struggle. Employing that struggle as the driving force behind their songwriting, the band has created an album which moves at a furious pace, all without losing their characteristic tight, aggressive sound and breakdowns. Priding themselves on their ability to maintain that signature sound during raw live performances, Milo's Syndicate plans to bring Hardcore back to the forefront of Boston's music scene.