It’s more than three years since Bombus released their last album, their third, Repeat Until Death. For me, it was also one of 2016’s biggest and most positive surprises. Bombus’ two first albums, the eponymous debut album from 2010 and The Poet And The Parrot (2013), didn’t impress me much (at first) – I didn’t think those albums were bad at all, they just didn’t stick with me at all. Repeat Until Death did – and then some. The album was a compete jawbreaker where everything came together exactly how it should. It was raw, hard, aggressive and gritty but also melodic and even catchy and every song on that album struck a nerve with me. I gave it a 9/10 but had I written the review today, it would have gotten the full monty from me. Repeat until death? You bet I will.