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"Screamfeeder is an endlessly inventive purveyor of chiming, memorable pop rock." [7/26/17]

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—Bill Kopp, Musoscribe

"Like other veteran bands of the era they have improved with age and Pop Guilt evokes that early punk spirit with high energy riffs and explosive drumming." [7/12/17]

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—Powerpopaholic

"Pop Guilt is filled with noisy/crunchy pop tunes that have plenty of hooks and bite." [7/11/17]

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—Dagger Zine

"On Pop Guilt, the whole band is in top form; and it sounds as if it's their first release and they feel as if they have something to prove." [6/23/2017]

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—Henry Lipput, Cool Dad Music

"Screamfeeder is an endlessly inventive purveyor of chiming, memorable pop rock." [6/23/2017]

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—Bill Kopp, Colorado Springs Independent

"19 Songs we bet you didn't catch this week" [6/24/17]

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—Maggie Dickman, Alternative Press

"Indie rock progenitors Screamfeeder create fuzzed-out pop and scuzzy rock landscapes where guitars thrive on electricity and melodies are born from thin air." [6/15/17]

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—Joshua Pickard, Nooga.com

"90s post-punk with infectious melodic pop vibes that are just in time for the summer." [5/24/2017]

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—The Big Takeover

“All Over It Again” proves the band can achieve a fervent urgency even seven albums into its career, delivering an infectious rock tune that sounds fresh and confident. [5/12/2017]

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—Magnet Magazine

"Every single track here is a winner and rings true to the spirit of 90s alt-rock." [5/4/2017]

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—Kevin Mathews, Power Of Pop

"Over the past 25 years, Screamfeeder has built a name for themselves as one of the top alternative bands in Australia." [4/28/2017]

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—Amber Mack, The Young Folks

"The balance between the sugary sweet vocals and the adrenaline that oozes out of every hit of the drums and strum of the guitar make for not only an irresistible combination but also perfectly exemplifies the cyclical distortion of a dysfunctional relationship." [5/2/2017]

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—Wordkrapht

"They’re back, better than ever." [4/19/2017]

—Kevin Mathews, Power Of Pop

"Their latest is a no-fuss, boiled-to-the-bone rock record that bristles with energy and focus, leaving plenty of space for subtle melodies, simple hooks and Tim Steward's hope-filled voice"

—Rolling Stone

"If ever the adage "all killer and no filler” applied, it does with "Take You Apart', one of the Australian albums of the year"

—Tsunami

"With attractive lyrics and placid keyboards being the main highlight, "Take You Apart" no doubt holds some of Screamfeeder's best songs to date. Its diversity is cryptically intelligent, while Screamfeeder, as a band have refined immensely. Certainly the brightest release to come out of Brisbane this year, as you get the feeling that Screamfeeder are one of those bands who continue to get better with age."

—Anemic Magazine

"13 tunes-no filler and its ragged, infectious spirit evokes all kinds of glories: classic soul records, the early Who singles, the fire and fun of bands such as the Jam and the Replacements. Highlights are many but it's hard to go past "I've Got The Knife', one of the best tunes of the year, with its infectious melody and lyrics with just the right mixture of yearning, regret and hope."

—Courier Mail

"Forget the boredom inducing whine of Something For Kate, if you're after guitar pop that leaves the pretension to the prima donnas look no further than singer/guitarist Tim Steward and his long serving partners in Screamfeeder"

—Blunt Magazine

“Forget Jet, The Vines, even You Am I… Screamfeeder are hands down the country's best rock band and Take You Apart is all the proof you need. For real.”

—Time Off Magazine

"25 years into their career, Screamfeeder are still killing it." [May, 2017]

—Rolling Stone

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