The Kahless Clone: Our Never-Ending Loneliness EP Review

The Kahless Clone are an Instrumental Rock and Metal band from Chicago, Illinois, USA. The band consists of Ben Johnson – Keys, Zach Libbe – Electronic Drum Programming, Vito Marchese – Guitars, Garry Naples – Drums and Larry Roberts – Bass.

Over the last few years, America have been upping their game in the Rock and Metal stakes, and The Kahless Clone is one of those bands that are leading the charge, as this band have produce an EP that I have been listening to, on and off for the past 2 weeks, and I have played them on my radio show Project Metal Across The Pond (which is on Digital Revolution Radio), and I have been rocking out to The Kahless Clone in that time.

As I listened to the Our Never-Ending Loneliness EP a good few times in the past 2 weeks, I totally loved the riffage and shredding that is on this offering. The track listing is below:

I Would Leave All Of This Behind And So Would You.

I Can Almost Reach You.

If Only We Had More Time Together.

This Is All Falling Apart.

Is This What You Wanted.

All of the tracks are of high quality, well written and performed on the EP and I can see this band going places. I will be playing The Kahless Clone on my radio show on a regular basis in the future.

If you like bands that are Instrumental Rock / Metal, you should go and check these guys out either on their Facebook and Bandcamp pages or on their Website, as this band is brilliant and is must listen to outfit.

I would give The Kahless Clone and their EP a 4.5 out of 5

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