Welsh rockers Terris burst on to the scene a year ago when the NME loudly proclaimed them to be the best new band in Britain. After a couple of flop singles, however, things went very quiet and their debut album arrives with a distinct sense of anticlimax. There's plenty to admire about Terris; their indie-metal music is raw and passionate while vocalist Gavin Goodwin has a bitter, compelling presence. But most of the songs here sound as if they're wandering around in search of a tune and the album as a whole is let down by its juvenile lyrics. Terris are certainly worth keeping an eye on, but for now they're nothing to get too excited about.