“THE HYBRIS bring their sound together using a shared virtual recording studio, but you would never guess when listening to the bewildering intricacies and razor-sharp tightness of their sound. The latest track to highlight their sonic precision is the new single Impostor Syndrome. The track skips through genres and styles with reckless abandon, more than happy to provide you with an abrupt left turn if you feel like you’re getting comfortable, but somehow never feeling jarring or out of place. There is a really palpablesense of energy that builds throughout the track, and ironically it turns out to be a glowing showcase of an outfit that are really good at making music.” – CLOUT, UK

„Their latest single is loud and brash, with crashing rhythms, soaring guitars, and booming vocals. They use progressions with plenty of strides and that really sells this mythological idea and the band, aggressive and angst-ridden, radiates uncontrollable intensity throughout it. The band has been called controversial before. In their songs, social storylines address political topics and deep dive into the depth of their emotions which can be heard through the hard-hitting sound. Within this apocalyptic setting, the song What If weaves a harmonious tapestry of grungy feelings and existential anxiety. THE HYBRIS is an ongoing virtual attempt.” – Illustrate Magazine, USA

„The production on Impostor Syndrome is excellent, with every instrument coming through loud and clear, allowing the listener to hear every element of the song. Launching abruptly into a delicate and softly delivered outro, on Impostor Syndrome the band drops a fantastic release that showcases their incredible talent and unique style. The track is catchy, powerful, and emotional, and it’s sure to be a hit with fans of alternative rock. It’s a great song that’s sure to get stuck in your head, and it’s clear that THE HYBRIS has a bright future ahead of them.” – Plastic Magazine, UK

„Keep The Wolves Away shows influences ranging from punk, rock, and pop to even hardcore bands, the trio blends all these while adding their secret ingredient to create a unique energy-boosting sound. The song is a blasting hurricane that delivers its message loud and clear. It clearly shows THE HYBRIS’ character and direction and man, I’d love to see this played live. Those guys have well knowledge of their sound and where are they going, with well-written melodies, carefully arranged in a super dynamic structure that’ll keep you engaged throughout the whole song. I’ll be keeping an eye on THE HYBRIS, looking forward to more!“ – Rock Era Mag, Egypt

„Fierce. I don’t know how else to express my impressions of this band. Ferocious like the wolves that appear in the video. Fierce like war and its aftermath which is the main theme of Keep the Wolves Away, their new single. Punk rock with a self-ironic vein but not too much. You feel that there is cohesion and craft between them, and they play as well as if they were there for you… and here is the magic: In fact, THE HYBRIS did everything remotely with a virtual studio. I understand and practice this for electronic music… but for a band like theirs, believe me they have done a miracle! Spontaneity and energy don’t lose an iota in the process. Technological evolution does not prevent them from using the historical and iconoclastic imagery of punk, with irony, dirt, comics and decisive political positions.“ – System Failure, Italy

„THE HYBRIS is a very particular music group because it does not hesitate to approach very sensitive subjects. Keep The Wolves Away is a mixture of punk, rock and pop, the band has the secret formula to produce quality works. Although it was released only a few weeks ago, the track is being heard by many listeners around the world. THE HYBRIS‘ vocal versatility is very natural, and the tight, incredibly smooth drums create an engaging groove, anchored by heavy, surfy, melodic riffs that create a fluid dynamic flow that runs through the song structure from start to finish. Given the quality of this band’s previous work, we remain eager to discover new songs.“ – Iggy Magazine, France

Impostor Syndrome is a charged alt-rock banger, pulsating with menace and self-doubt. The lead vocals command a lot of charisma and range. The production is a solid, big sound, with a driving bass riff, thrashing guitars and thundering drum runs. But there are some nice unexpected moments – chromatic harmonies, sudden changes in the groove, a haunting piano line – to keep the interest. The track ends with a surprisingly mellow outro, just a voice and a faraway, distorted electric guitar. If you think you’d enjoy some alt-rock with a nihilistic feel and shades of Queen and Evanescence, give this a listen.“ – Right Chord Music, UK

“The album Music, Vol. 1 has a very melodically based feel and though the songs can be heavier at times, they are always oriented in the pop genre underneath it all but with these bursts of righteous riffs and exciting rhythms. You get classic bopping UK style punk rock and all kinds of changes. This record is actually quite powerful as the songs change from an emotional subtle softness to a rocker within seconds. You can easily tell the band is going to be great in a live setting and they portray so much presence and energy in the form of hooks that get stuck with you for ages. Bang your heads and sing along with THE HYBRIS.” – Ragmag, USA

„For fans of rich and powerful music, THE HYBRIS has a new song out that’s more than worthy of your attention, trust us. Titled What if, the new single showcases an impressive performance filled with passionate songwriting and energy so original you’ll be humming and singing along in no time. And it’s safe to say that we are fans now, and we can’t wait to hear what else THE HYBRIS are working on, but in the meantime, we will keep What if on repeat.” – Lost In The Nordics, Norway

Silent Violence is catchy, and the lyrics are clever and well-read. The chorus is the kind that leaves you walking away, humming the hook as they pull you in from the first listen. The drums and guitars are a piece of art in this record, and the singing voice is amazing. After our first listen we got hooked quickly to their energetic vocals and their professional performance. We can’t wait for their next songs. This catchy song is a unique experience from start to finish, we hope you love it as much as we do!“ – Pretty White Blog, UK

What if is the new single from the brilliant THE HYBRIS, powerful and explosive indie rock. The track has a powerful chorus that quickly catches us making us sing along, it is intense and powerful, full of attitude and energy. Sounds like punk rock in some moments, a sense of freedom hits us when we sing this song. THE HYBRIS has shown itself as a strong band in the world rock scene and will grow if it continues with releases so good like this. Happy to follow the evolution of the band and their career.“ – Indie O Clock, Brazil

“THE HYBRIS flaunt expressive instrumentals and powerful post-rock vocals in their latest single, Impostor Syndrome.’ From the very beginning, it’s a track that grabs you by the scruff of your shirt and pulls you in. It’s heavy, it’s fast, but it retains a melody that will move you down to the core. ‘Impostor Syndrome’ ironically couldn’t feel any more like THE HYBRIS’s signature sound. They have honed it to an electric, eclectic post-rock point that is so sharp it can poke at the very soul, making it fizz with energy. More from THE HYBRIS = More great music.” – TJPL News, USA

“Ultimately, what most impressed me was THE HYBRIS’ ability to create conceptual songs that tell a musical story. Full of big hooks, catchy riffs, huge emotions, it’s one of those songs you can enjoy like a movie. These three friends and fellow musicians are clearly highly skilled when it comes to creating fiery rock anthems, you only need to listen to the raucous energy, searing riffs and crashing drums to understand that.” – Purple Melon, UK

Impostor Syndrome comes as an appropriate continuation of their previous works, but it also carries some innovations in terms of writing, composing, and production. It sounds slightly heavier, more energetic, and complex compared to the remainder of THE HYBRIS‘ discography. Still, you’ll notice this composition perfectly matches anything these highly creative musicians released in the past. It’s nearly mind-blowing how this song resonates with so many melodies, harmonies, and dynamics until the band calms down the pace and leaves vocals and guitar leads as a closure. You’ll notice how the entire band paid so much attention while constructing this catchy number. These guys proved once again why they’re one of the best new bands on an alternative scene.” – Thoughts Words Action, Serbia

„THE HYBRIS’ Keep The Wolves Away is a song that charges up your guts and emotions right from the beginning. This exceptionally hard-hitting track is noteworthy due to its musical composition and lyrical brilliance. It sends a message to the people regarding the deadly and uncontrollable threats that the wars put our nations. It preaches to us to utilize the freedom that democracy gives us by choosing a leader. The official video of the track is making us realize that our choices are incredibly flawed, and we must not let inhuman leaders rule over our families and nations. It is a song everybody should listen to. It gives us the strength to try and bring a positive change to society by utilizing our rights!“ – Sinusoidal Music, India

“The keen reader will remember THE HYBRIS, an international rock outfit with meaningful and socially relevant lyricism at its core. Latest effort Keep The Wolves Away manages to build up tension and grittiness, delivering solemn, anthemic vibes. The song seeks to reflect on war and its toll on the planet. Genre-wise, the record is drenched in punk-rock, showcasing once again the instrumental prowess possessed by Ringo Rabbit, Beanie Bison and Malcolm Mandrill, the fictional wannabe superheroes identifying as the humans behind the project. Why should you listen to THE HYBRIS? Well, in a world of superficial lyricism and trend-grabbing art, the three rockers walk their own path towards honest artistry and timeless songwriting. Moreover, by removing their ‘human’ figures, the group can fully focus on their songs, without external distractions. That’s a rare gift nowadays.” – Mesmerized, UK

What if is an alternative rock which features riffs and melodies that wander between old-school and modern, which leads a sound journey between the past and the future. The riffs are catchy and mesmerizing, the drums are powerful and the vocals in chorus are captivating, reminiscent of the great bands of the 90s but also the indie rock bands that are successful today. The melody of this song enters the mind and makes us sing along and listen to it several times, in addition to arousing the curiosity to see a live show by the band.” – Headbangers News, Brazil

“Following their track What If, THE HYBRIS release a new single titled Keep The Wolves Away. Once again showing they are not afraid of provocative themes, it has a heavy, hard-hitting, metal sound with punk inclinations. Interestingly enough, while the angst, anger and aggression of society are evident, THE HYBRIS also express the vulnerable fearfulness of victims in the powerful single. THE HYBRIS has been compared to My Chemical Romance and Billy Talent in the past, and I still think stands with Keep The Wolves Away.“ – The Other Side Reviews, Germany

“We love this band’s style, and their music is quite possibly our favorite genre to cover on the blog. The track is packed with energy, and it’s really some good stuff to listen to all day long. The instruments are amazing, and the lyrics are meaningful and well-written. The chorus is outstanding and will get stuck in your head in no time. You may find yourself singing it out loud by the next morning. It’s a great experience from start to finish and one of the best tracks we’ve heard in months.” – Bored City Blog, UK

“Enter THE HYBRIS with this anthemic song about saving the world. What if is about the world burning as we stand smiling the match wondering why. Our children and our children’s children are long going to pay for our misdeeds now. The lyrical display has a funky tinge to it as it exists within the rock genre and dips into a powerful melodic range. The guitar is raucous with guiding riffs and the drums keep a funky beat. This song is a beautiful mishmash of punk, rock, and funk.” – Red Rock Magazine, USA

“A dark, haunting guitar opens the proceedings. Understated and brooding, it’s joined by an almost militant drumbeat, instantly establishing the track as something much heavier than many of their previous releases. Though recorded remotely, there’s a surprising level of cohesion for a single recorded across continents. Vocals intertwine, veering between a clean traditional rock delivery to something straight out of the ‘80s hardcore handbook. It’s a dichotomy that’s reflected throughout the track. Sparse verses allow the lyrics to really resonate, while weighty and impactful choruses provide a sense of catharsis that’s missing from the more understated sections. For anyone that’s grown-up worshipping at the alters of thrash metal, ‘90s alternative, or even nu-metal, there’s plenty to enjoy across the track’s almost-four-minute run time. An interesting release from a band that defies expectations.” – RGM, USA

Keep the Wolves Away explores a storming, chaotic, contrasting sonic texture that instantly stands out from all THE HYBRIS’s previous releases. They have created very vivid, almost palpable imageries through this song, but it’s also rich of melodic appeal. The determined guitar riff and high tensity vocals have you fully engaged, head banging, blood boiling. For THE HYBRIS, rock n roll and punk rock have already gone beyond the sound to its spirits, attitudes and core value. Leaning toward the tougher side, stepping into the genre of metal, they are unapologetic and hard core. Unlike the traditional punk lyrics, their lyricism are articulated with introspection and depth. A flair of poetry, reflecting the world without being too explicit. They certainly carry a sense of grace and style. Even though the lines are charged with emotions and angst.” – Punk Head, USA