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VULGARITHM is an artist from the east midlands in the UK for fans of riffs and club classics on steroids. Andy "Dirt" McGurk takes the best metal riffs of the early 2000s, mixes it up with 90s dance music, and adds a unique touch of crushing beats. It is for fans of music who crave originality and fresh ideas, and for those who seek to escape.

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"Vulgarithm gives his audience over the top production with beautifully mangled vocals and fiery guitars, seamlessly intertwined with this driving, pulsating feel that only Andy can create. "Out My Way" is a rock solid production fueled by 90's angst, and will definitely appeal to fans of Nine Inch Nails and Ministry who are searching for a more current sound!"” - Erik Anderson

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"[Share if you agree] is a highly original sounding release. It should come with a warning because of how intense it is, so here’s mine. Now take a listen. Become A Fan"” - Dan Weston

Divide and Conquer Music

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"Vulgarithm’s style could best be described as riff rave. It takes deeper riffs, especially the low distortion popularized in the ’90s and 2000s, and mixes in some 90s dance music. Sound strange? There’s a little more to it, so it’s a tad difficult to explain. Yet, within the variety of beats offered, nu-metal is also present. Those inspirations, and also the vocal tone of Serj Tankian at times, can be heard. More so, the bass usage is similar to The Prodigy and the nu-metal act Ultraspank. Yet, he also mixes in remains of the old rap-rock genre on some tracks when the vocals are added. A good comparison may be Hed PE."” - Carl Lawrence Knauf

CLKnauf.com

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"Personally I think musicians make music like this just to **** with everyones heads...especially reviewers. But I have to confess, the new EP is really growing on me. This mixes the 90s rave scene, a bit of Madchester, various forms of electronica, as I've mentioned some rap, some 90s alternative, maybe a bit of Beck....**** it the list goes on"” - Steve Thomson-Green

Calameo Magazine

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