All Enter Shikari Reviews:
enter shikari: The Mindsweepcompact discs
Enter Shikari: The Mindsweep

Released: Jan 20, 2015. Genre: Electronicore, Post-Hardcore. Label: Ambush Reality, Hopeless Records. Number Of Tracks: 12. Most known for wielding hardcore and dubstep with loud duality, Enter Shikari's fourth album, "The Mindsweep," travels in new directions with success.

POSTED: 09/08/2015 - 03:25 am

enter shikari: A Flash Flood Of Colourcompact discs
Enter Shikari: A Flash Flood Of Colour

Released: Jan 16, 2012. Genre: Post-Hardcore, Electronica, Dubstep, Metalcore. Label: Hopeless Records/Ambush Reality. Number Of Tracks: 11. "A Flash Flood Of Colour" is an angrier record. There's transitions and post-hardcore elements but it's dominated by a focus of taking the integral the parts of alternative, dubstep, etc and slapping them together to watch a flow connect each opposite genre.

POSTED: 01/20/2012 - 06:29 am

enter shikari: Take To The Skiescompact discs
Enter Shikari: Take To The Skies

Release Date: Mar 19, 2007. Label: Ambush Reality. Genres: Rock. Number Of Tracks: 17. Take To The Skies is a compelling combination of post hardcore, metal and trance, the result of which is a raw, uplifting album.

POSTED: 04/22/2011 - 03:51 am

enter shikari: Common Dreadscompact discs
Enter Shikari: Common Dreads

Released: Jun 15, 2009. Genre: Post-Hardcore. Label: Ambush Reality, Tiny Evil. Number Of Tracks: 15. Common Dreads is Enter Shikari's second studio album. As an album, it's incredible. As mentioned before, theres a few key tracks that really make it so good.

POSTED: 07/08/2009 - 05:35 am

enter shikari: The Zonecompact discs
Enter Shikari: The Zone

Release Date: Nov 12, 2007. Label: Ambush Reality. Genres: Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 8. Following up debut 'Take To The Skies', St. Albans' noiseniks Enter Shikari tie up loose ends with this compilation of b-sides, remixes and demos.

POSTED: 11/19/2007 - 01:53 am

enter shikari: Sorry You're Not A Winner/OK Time For Plan B [Single]compact discs
Enter Shikari: Sorry You're Not A Winner/OK Time For Plan B [Single]

Release Date: 2006. Label: Ambush Reality. Genres: Rock. Number Of Tracks: 3. New release "Take To The Skies" shows how much more the band have improved since this release.

POSTED: 04/30/2007 - 09:52 am