The Final Clause Of Tacitus

The Final Clause Of Tacitus (Funk/Rock) - Reading, UK




From the town of Reading hail, The Final Clause of Tacitus. Likened to a mixture of Rage Against the Machine and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, they play hard aggressive rock intertwined with moments of serenity and a heavy sprinkling of Funk.

In the first 4 Months of gigging they already started making a name for themselves with their explosive energetic performances, which saw them going straight through to the final stages of the Metal 2 the Masses nationwide competition and also securing a spot at the Readipop Festival and The Willow Festival.

So, say no to the everyday norm and remember why music excited you all over again, and let’s get funked up!

Upcoming Shows:
4/2/17 - The Venue - Carlisle, UK
4/7/17 - The Olde Royal Oak - Burton On Trent, UK
4/8/17 - Kings Lynn Workers Club - King's Lynn, UK
4/14/17 - Readipop - Reading, UK
4/15/17 - Sunn Inn - Reading, UK
4/17/17 - Lyndhurst - Reading, UK
4/27/17 - Sakura - Reading, UK
5/10/17 - Sanctuary Live - Basingstoke, UK w/ DJ Lethal





"Peace In Chaos" EP Review
The Final Clause Of Tacitus have generated a lot of buzz with their eclectic style of Funk, Rock and even Metal. This EP is brand new so let's not waste time and dive right in. "7 Years" opens up the EP with a very Red Hot Chili Peppers vibe to it. The funky riffs and rap style make it a very impressive opener. The guitar riff is catchy as hell on the track! "Give Them Blood" is the first single and a music video was recently released for it as well. The track is a slow build and brings to mind the controlled chaos of Rage Against The Machine. When the track finally explodes, look out as it's a stunner. The breakdown later on the track is incredible. "Without Resolve" has some tinges of Southern Rock to it. The track simply states that "you can't stop me now" and that's a fair assessment on how much of a driving force the track is. Very solid "eye opening" track. "Snake Town" starts off with a bass riff which leads into Rap/Funk vocals. The track is a stand out and really shows the true talent of the band. It's a tremendous track with high potential. "Your Next Click" hits hard right off the bat and doesn't stop for anything. It's fast and draws influences again from RATM with its strong lyrics and hard hitting instrumentation. "Hidden Patterns" closes out the EP in funky rap fashion. It's a strong closer that has multiple layers to it. After several listens, the listener will pick up new things each time. The buzz is real with The Final Clause Of Tacitus and this EP proves they'll garner even more and more hype.

Verdict:
The Final Clause Of Tacitus hit their stride of combining Funk, Rock and Metal.



"7 Years" Music Video


"The Final Clause Of Tacitus" (Live) EP Review
Reading, UK funk/rock band The Final Clause Of Tacitus draw influences from funk, rock, metal, and rap that melds together perfectly for their EP. The tracks "7 Years", "Transverse Orientation" and "Figureheads Of Speech" were all recorded live as part of their Live Room Recordings. "7 Years" is funky in all of the right places. The track is catchy as hell and showcases the TFCOT sound perfectly. You'll be singing along to the track in no time. "Transverse Orientation" opens up with some spoken word before erupting into a track that is sure to grab the listeners attention. It has some southern draw to the track while still maintaining their diverse funk rock sound. "Your Next Click" features stellar guitar work and some excellent rapping on the verses. This is a great track that has tremendous radio appeal. "Figureheads Of Speech" kicks things off in a very Rage Against The Machine like sound. There's even a touch of early 311 on the track as the funky grooves will get your toes tapping throughout its three and a half minute length. The band is currently scheduled to record new material soon and we can't wait to hear more from this very diverse band.

Verdict:
The Final Clause Of Tacitus look to bring their style of funk, rock, metal and rap to the masses with this EP.